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New boss for Adobe APAC
Adobe has appointed Paul Robson to head the vendor's Asia Pacific business, replacing long-time Adobe employee, Craig Tegel.
Adobe ANZ MD secures lead Asia Pacific role
"Adobe’s business has transformed over the last four years and our Creative Cloud and Marketing Cloud businesses are now world-leading."
Photo-stop! Adobe Creative Cloud suffers major outage...
Adobe has reported that its Creative Cloud online service is down, leaving users without access to Photoshop and InDesign among other applications.
Adobe comes out top of the vendor web analytics shop…
"Adobe has set high expectations with its vision of making sophisticated analytics available and valuable to all marketers."
Digital media skills essential for 21st century workforce
New Zealand and Australian educators agree that digital media skills are essential for employability, says an Adobe study presented at this week’s 9th annual Adobe Education Leadership Forum held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
New Adobe hires strengthen APAC digital marketing business
"Adobe is delivering the world’s only end-to-end digital marketing solution and as our business grows it’s important that we have the best people on board to deliver results for our customers."
Social media drives Adobe revenue
Adobe has revealed that Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Tumblr drove an unprecedented amount of qualified traffic to retail sites in Q4 with revenue per visit (RPV) increasing across social channels.
Creative Cloud upgrade adds another dimension to 3D Adobe
Adobe has unveiled new 3D printing capabilities in Adobe Photoshop CC in a bid to become the go-to tool for anyone who wants to print a 3D model.
Big changes at Adobe - exclusive NZ distie appointed
Adobe selects its single distribution partner in New Zealand to help drive the uptake of the company’s Value Incentive Program (VIP), which includes Creative Cloud for teams and the Adobe Partner Connection channel program.
Adobe ANZ channel chief leaves vendor
"I wish the Adobe team well and I look forward to signing up with the next opportunity that comes my way."
Adobe ANZ: Digital publication readership on the rise
"In 2014, we expect to see more commercial entities shift to digital as they recognise the opportunities it can deliver."
38m Adobe users unaware of major data breach
Ten weeks after admitting 38 million users have been affected by a cyber security attack, Adobe reveals it is taking longer than expected to warn customers.
Adobe admits 38 million users hacked, not 3 million
Adobe reveals that 38 million users have been affected by a cyber security attack, after previously claiming only three million were impacted.
Adobe enterprise team makes NZ hire
"Adobe’s business in New Zealand is growing significantly and this appointment ensures we are able to continue to provide a deeper focus on our enterprise customers."
Summit gives students a creative voice
Two Auckland students had the chance to create a digital media message with students from around the world at the recent Adobe Youth Voices Summit.
Can IBM and Adobe lead the enterprise digital marketing platform?
With mega-vendors investing tens of billions of dollars to gain a foothold in the enterprise digital marketing platforms market, Ovum believes IBM and Adobe hold the short-term advantage.
University chooses Adobe to manage web content
The University of Auckland has selected Adobe to re-platform and manage its web content and digital assets to create an engaging experience for students, staff and alumni.
Imagetext appointed Adobe Gold Reseller
Becoming one of only four in the country, Imagetext Intergrated IT Solutions is the newest appointed Adobe Gold Reseller for New Zealand.
Learning in the virtual world
A classroom without walls is connecting rural New Zealand students.
Kiwis embrace Adobe Creative Cloud
Adobe reveals major update to subscription license is now available in New Zealand, with the company claiming sales are going well.
Pirated Adobe Creative Cloud hits 700,000 subs
Days after a pirated version was uploaded online, Adobe says a total of 700,000 subscribers have signed up to Creative Cloud.
Digital tools foster student creativity
Technology and digital tools play an important role in fostering creativity amongst students according to 92% of respondents to a recent survey conducted by software firm Adobe.
Creative license for success
Adobe expects to transition the bulk of perpetual licenses to its subscription model over the next couple of years.
As Adobe abandons boxes, Microsoft keeps the faith
Microsoft Office will continue to sell as both packaged and subscription software days after Adobe announced a shift to the cloud.