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Adobe ANZ: Digital publication readership on the rise
"In 2014, we expect to see more commercial entities shift to digital as they recognise the opportunities it can deliver."
38m Adobe users unaware of major data breach
Ten weeks after admitting 38 million users have been affected by a cyber security attack, Adobe reveals it is taking longer than expected to warn customers.
Adobe admits 38 million users hacked, not 3 million
Adobe reveals that 38 million users have been affected by a cyber security attack, after previously claiming only three million were impacted.
Adobe enterprise team makes NZ hire
"Adobe’s business in New Zealand is growing significantly and this appointment ensures we are able to continue to provide a deeper focus on our enterprise customers."
Summit gives students a creative voice
Two Auckland students had the chance to create a digital media message with students from around the world at the recent Adobe Youth Voices Summit.
Can IBM and Adobe lead the enterprise digital marketing platform?
With mega-vendors investing tens of billions of dollars to gain a foothold in the enterprise digital marketing platforms market, Ovum believes IBM and Adobe hold the short-term advantage.
University chooses Adobe to manage web content
The University of Auckland has selected Adobe to re-platform and manage its web content and digital assets to create an engaging experience for students, staff and alumni.
Imagetext appointed Adobe Gold Reseller
Becoming one of only four in the country, Imagetext Intergrated IT Solutions is the newest appointed Adobe Gold Reseller for New Zealand.
Learning in the virtual world
A classroom without walls is connecting rural New Zealand students.
Kiwis embrace Adobe Creative Cloud
Adobe reveals major update to subscription license is now available in New Zealand, with the company claiming sales are going well.
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.