Adobe Consulting Services (ACS) is collaborating with several brands to create optimised learner pathways that are specifically designed to suit the current remote nature of many working lives, so employees can proactively access learning tools from wherever they are in the world.
Adobe is unveiling Intelligent Services today, powered by Adobe Sensei. It is built on Adobe Experience Platform, allowing us to support organisations that lack IT resources to enable AI.
When Adobe launched a beta program for AI-driven Intelligent Services to address these kinds of needs, NVIDIA’s data-driven team was one of the first to sign up.
During these challenging times, Adobe, along with our partner ecosystem, is committed to ensuring that any company in need of quickly setting up a digital commerce site can do so.
Today we’re previewing a mixed-reality project from Adobe Document Cloud called Project Dually Noted that could make it much simpler to provide feedback and make annotations to digital or physical documents and share them in real time, anywhere.
Project Access Ace gives marketers an easy way to build content (including emails and web pages) that is more accessible for people with disabilities.
Das Projekt Access Ace bietet Marketingspezialisten eine einfache Möglichkeit, Inhalte – inklusive E‑Mails und Web Content – von vornherein so zu erstellen, dass auch Personen mit einer Sehbehinderung oder mit kognitiven Funktionsstörungen von einer nahtlosen Online Experience profitieren.
It will likely come as little surprise that content consumption, including news, streaming video, web traffic and music streaming, has risen considerably in the COVID-19 environment.
While it may seem like there’s no such thing as “business-as-usual” in this climate, there are ways for retailers to adjust their operations, keep customers and employees happy and perhaps set the stage for a new way of working.
“Everyone is having to rethink how they operate, including us at Adobe,” Narayen said. He talked about COVID-19 and some of the ways Adobe has responded.
As Adobe’s newest Executive Vice President and General Manager, Anil Chakravarthy drives the vision and operations for the company’s Digital Experience business.
After years of viewing online and mobile sales as mass-market tactics, new Adobe research reveals luxury retailers are diversifying their approach.
New enhancements announced for Adobe Experience Platform.