Adobe Drive 4 Now Available – Provides Digital Asset Management integration with CS6

It’s been a busy month for Adobe’s Solutions Enablement Team, (also known as SET). In addition to releasing Extension Manager CS6 and an update, Configurator 3, CS Extension Builder 2, various components for the Creative Cloud and much more besides, there is another great product a lot of people are unaware of; Adobe Drive.

Now at version 4, it enables the seamless integration of a digital asset management (DAM) system with Adobe Creative Suite® 6 applications. Once connected to a DAM server, you can access remote assets through your operating system file browser, through Adobe Bridge, or from the menus of CS products that integrate with Drive: Adobe Photoshop®, Illustrator®, InDesign®, and InCopy®. A lot of users and developers I talk to are not aware Adobe even has this, so I wanted to share. This is a really great release of Drive.

Check it out and download it here:

3 Responses to Adobe Drive 4 Now Available – Provides Digital Asset Management integration with CS6

  1. Thanks for a great post! I totally agree that many people are not aware of Adobe Drive (and so are people not aware of Bridge on the courses I train).

    I’ll post about it on my blog to spread the message at:


  2. Baris Ergun says:

    Not many DAM vendors support Adobe Drive. Adobe’s own CQ DAM is one of them but Elvis DAM has a great implementation. You can take a look at it here:

    Good to know that Adobe is focusing more on the Drive and hopefully will make it a better platform as it integrates with its own DAM solution. However, hopefully it does not become a closed system eventually just for a specific DAM.

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