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Creative cloud move for adobe
<strong>Adobe’s latest milestone update for Creative Suite comes complete with a cloud-based subscription service which the company expects to drive user uptake, as Paul Robson tells </strong><strong>Heather Wright</strong><strong>.
New WAN optimisation capability reduces video impact
Enable, the Crown Fibre Holdings Ltd and Christchurch City Holdings Ltd joint venture fibre company, has begun to transform the way people in Canterbury do business and connect with each other with the launch of its wholesale UFB services
Adobe intro's Photoshop Touch for iPad
First of six Touch apps for iPad released at Mobile World Congress.
Adobe appoints marketing head for ANZ
13-year veteran of Microsoft in Australia & the UK tasked with driving regional awareness of content creation brand.
It’s no secret that celebrities and models are photoshopped in the media – sometimes to the point of being unrecognizable – but now there is a tool that can prove exactly how much of a transformation each photo has undergone.
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Selling inspiration and efficiency
Selling printers is no longer about the fastest, best colour or lowest price, as Robert de Jeu, brand manager, Print Solutions, Canon New Zealand details.
Acronis appoints ANZ channel BDM
Widely experienced IT manager to expand upper end of channel partner program.
The Techday Weekender - Nov 12th 2011
A summary of the week’s technology news.
Adobe to lay off 750 staff - Updated
Bad news for Android as exec confirms company will stop releasing Flash for mobile devices.
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Cybercrime: A global calamity
The changing cybercrime landscape means secure web gateways are increasingly important, says Jeremy Hulse, vice president, sales Asia Pacific for M86.
Shop safely online with Google
Do you know what to look for when you’re online shopping? A great deal, perhaps a recommendation from a previous user? But have you ever thought about the browser you’re using, or whether you have a secure internet connection?
Flash games to go 3D
Flash Player 11 & AIR 3 offer rendering 1000 times faster than their predecessors: Adobe.
Touchpads and Twitter - the good, the bad and the ironic
The team from Social Media NZ looks at the Orewa and iPad debacle, Hackers giving NewsCorp a taste of their own medicine, Barack Obama turns to Twitter and loses fans in the process, and we review the new(ish) HP TouchPad.
How to build a website PT4
One of the most challenging aspects of website development is achieving a truly great and professional looking site. With all of the exciting and dazzling visuals you can find in many websites and web media, the standard for web design is high
2011 Web Awards finalists announced
The voting has now finished and finalists decided. Check out who has made it into the top five in each category.
The paperless office – long forgotten myth or possible reality?
Has the idea of a paperless office been completely thrown overboard? Jess Meyer checks with the experts if there is still any hope for this concept in the corporate world.
Adobe acquires e-signature provider
Printing, signing and scanning contracts could be a thing of the past.
Type Server aims to prevent font infringement
Extensis Universal Type Server aims to reduce risk exposure from font licensing infringement
The TechDay Weekender - Jun 4th 2011
Catch up on what you missed this week
Specialist aussie system integrator has NZ plans
Australian based BizTech Enterprise Solutions is in the process of setting up a New Zealand operation.
Adobe picks direct SaaS model for CS5.5
Adobe goes the Software as a Service route for flagship Creative Suite
Cyber-thieves use 'marketing-like' tactics says Microsoft
Microsoft's recent Security Intelligence Report reports an up-tick in use of marketing-like approaches by cyber-criminals.