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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.
Adobe set on subscription-based 'cloud' offering
Adobe has decided to bet the company on its subscription-based 'cloud' offering, Creative Cloud (CC), moving all its R&D to focus on CC and away from Creative Suite.
Win iPads when you purchase Adobe Creative Cloud
Be more creative, with the sharpest tools.
Adobe CTO bites the poisoned Apple
Software specialist joins the Apple ranks, despite public spat with Steve Jobs over Flash usage - his first day at work should be a cracker.
Adobe CEO avoids Aus pricing questions
Shantanu Narayen refuses to answer questions on how the company can justify charging Aussies $1,400 more for its software.
Adobe expands ANZ cloud offering
Computer software company releases Adobe Creative Cloud, offering a 20% registration deal for resellers.
Magnificent seven for Good's enterprise apps
New applications set to boost employee productivity and collaboration.
Top 13 Security Predictions for 2013
What are the biggest threats for New Zealand businesses and consumers during the next twelve months?
New Adobe Photoshop clicks into gear
Adobe reveals updated version of Creative Cloud service.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1: Don’t be a ponce
In the same way that buying a surfboard won’t make you a surfer, buying a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 will not make you a creative genius.
Planned obsolescence and Apple’s soldered-in RAM
Easiest way to get your PC lasting a few more years? Double the RAM, works a treat.
Sophos opts for ANZ general manager
Sophos has created a new role of ANZ general manager, appointing Ashley Wearne to the position.
Apple snubs Australian parliamentary probe
The world’s leading technology companies decline a public enquiry into IT prices Down Under as Australian MPs voice concerns.
Startup Sessions: MEA Mobile
How one kiwi company is setting itself apart in the lucrative but crowded world of app development.
MEA Mobile - World Class Apps
Yet again a New Zealand company is showing everyone how it’s done when it comes to creating world class apps.
Sony Playstation expands into cloud with acquisition
What will Sony Computer Entertaiment's acquisition of Gaikai Inc mean for the future of gaming?
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.