Adobe announced a slew of enhancements to its document and e-sign services today along with the formation of a partnership with Dropbox designed to make it easier to work with files on the fly. Here's the rundown.
For years now, many of us have touted the power of analytics beyond mere decision-making. Analytics have the power to birth innovation and disruption on a massive scale – and in many cases, have done so already. It is with interest, then, that I note Adobe Analytics's release of a "creative canvas" for data analysis.
Users of appFigures and Adobe Analytics will be able to view data from both platforms from within Adobe Analytics, thanks to an integration of the platforms that's now available.
Adobe pushed out patches on Monday to plug 23 security holes in Flash Player, including critical vulnerabilities that could enable an attack to take control of vulnerable systems.
Livefyre is having a busy week with news of two new and distinct partnerships with Salesforce and Adobe. Each pairing brings benefits to brands interested in upping their content marketing and social engagement game.
Adobe boosted its involvement in the corporate learning and training environment with the release of its newest learning management system, Adobe Captivate Prime 9. The new cloud-based LMS is designed for rapid set-up and deployment without an over-reliance on busy IT departments.
Securities flaws in Adobe Flash have been reported on a lot lately, but unpatched vulnerabilities in Adobe Reader are also a major security concern for IT departments, according to a report by vulnerability intelligence firm Secunia.
Adobe has patched more zero-day vulnerabilities in Flash that had been on the list of exploits that Hacking Team – a Milan-based firm that specializes in surveillance tools for governments and law enforcement – advised its clients to use as part of their surveillance efforts.
Adobe has patched zero-day security holes in Flash Player that Hacking Team advised its clients to use as part of their surveillance efforts.
For years, Adobe built its software much the same as everyone else did – with a waterfall approach in which new versions its software were released every couple of years.