Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) has announced the release of a major update to its Creative Cloud video apps, including Premiere Pro, After Effects, SpeedGrade, Prelude, Media Encoder and Story CC Plus. The company is also making changes to its “Adobe Anywhere” for video collaboration product.
It was dark Thursday for international software firm Adobe. Hackers, using some sophisticated techniques, broke into Adobe’s data bank and made away crucial information related to its 2.9 million customers including their names, encrypted credit or debit card numbers, and information relating to customer orders.
Photographers, take note. Adobe has launched a new Photography Program, which for US $9.99 per month offers photographers access to the “lite” version of the Adobe Creative Cloud with Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5, as well as a Behance membership with access to Adobe ProSite, plus 20GB of online storage.
Some months ago, Adobe had announced the Adobe Social, its social marketing platform specifically designed to leverage the new Adobe Marketing Cloud interface, which enables on-the-go marketing capabilities from any device.
Photographers, professional and amateur, take note. Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) has launched the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5 for Mac OS and Windows. The new software adds critical photo editing capabilities and creates, what Adobe describes as “ground breaking” workflows.
Adobe has acquired the New York, USA based digital agency Thumb Labs, as one online report put it, “as part of its endeavour to give its new cloud-enabled software offerings a more social flavour.”
Adobe just dropped a bomb at its Creativity Conference, Adobe Max. The company has announced that it will abandon its entire range of Creative Suite products and focus entirely on Creative Cloud. The news comes as a surprise after Adobe embraced Creative Suite for almost a decade.
If Google has Google Glass, then Adobe has the Mighty Pen. Three highly innovative, cutting edge tech gadgets, combining software and hardware were showcased at the Adobe MAX 2013 conference just a few hours ago.
Enterprise IT teams sitting in different locations can now work together in real time thanks to this new product by Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE). Launched at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) in Los Angeles, California, USA on April 8, the Adobe Anywhere for video allows a collaborative workflow platform that empowers teams using Adobe professional video tools to work together.
Kevin Lynch, formerly CTO at Adobe, has jumped the ship to join a company he wasn't really much fond of in the past. Lynch will soon join Apple and will be reporting to Bob Mansfield, SVP of Technologies at Apple. He has been with Adobe for the last eight years, during which he was the company's chief technology officer for five years.