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.
Adobe announced the release of the latest version of Technical Communication Suite containing several new tweaks designed to improve the content development process. In it, Adobe updated all the main components of TCS, including RoboHelp, FrameMaker, and Captivate 8. Here's a quick look at what's improved and what's new.
While some vendors may argue that OpenStack just isn't suitable for running legacy apps, businesses say it's a requirement that they be able to run such apps in OpenStack. Rather than force a reworking of legacy apps to fit the cloud, better for the OpenStack community to figure out how to make OpenStack friendlier to legacy apps, an executive from Wells Fargo said during a panel at the OpenStack Summit.
Adobe deepened the ties between big data and creative content with the inclusion of new asset management tools in Adobe Experience Manager. Adobe's goal is to simplify the process of shepherding content from its creation to its eventual marketing destination.
Adobe announced this week the upcoming launch of a new subscription service called Document Cloud. It's built around its new desktop, mobile and web version of Acrobat that includes e-signing and document management tools
Adobe made a series of announcements at this week's Adobe Summit that highlight its commitment to make digital asset management easier for marketing professionals.
If it's Tuesday, there must be another critical zero-day flaw in Adobe's Flash Player to worry about.
Adobe has released two separate updates of its Flash Player just two days apart as it scrambled to resolve two critical flaws that are being actively exploited.
Word is out that Adobe Digital Editions (DE) is tracking excessive user data, not just within its own app, but on other ebooks users have on their hard disk too. And it's transmitting that data in an unsecure manner, putting readers' privacy and security at risk.
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