Clarifying the Creative Cloud, part 2

Posted by Ed Gipple on May 21, 2012 11:19:00 AM

As we dig into Adobe's Creative Cloud offering, there may be more and more parts to these clarification posts...but for now we have determined that the Creative Cloud offering is not an option for us here at ICS Learning Group at the moment because there is not yet a volume licensing option.

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eLearning! 2012 survey

Posted by Ed Gipple on May 18, 2012 5:19:00 PM

eLearning! (magazine?) has released their reader survey for 2012, for the "Best of eLearning Awards" they sponsor.

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Clarifying the Creative Cloud

Posted by Ed Gipple on May 15, 2012 11:04:00 AM

There’s been some buzz from our customers, both good and…concerned regarding Adobe’s new Creative Cloud approach for the licensing and distribution of their extensive range of software. After some discussion with those ‘in the know’, we’ll help clarify what we can…

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Flash Stage 3D/Molehill in Action

Posted by Ed Gipple on May 14, 2012 12:59:00 PM

While it may be focusing on alternative tools for mobile delivery, Adobe continues to demonstrate its commitment to the Flash platform – most recently with the continued refinement Flash ‘Stage 3D’API (which we’vediscussedbefore). Also as we’ve discussed, it is possible to develop with Flash and publish to an AIR-based ‘App’ which will work on both iOS and Android devices…and this remains true with the Stage 3D feature.

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Install issues with eLearningSuite, Presenter 7, and Office 2010

Posted by Ed Gipple on May 11, 2012 4:08:00 PM

During an upgrade of a few systems here at ICS, we encountered an issue with the installation of the Adobe Presenter product provided with the eLearning Suite software package. The system upgrades included Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010. When installing the eLearning Suite (‘eLS’) package, we noticed that Adobe Presenter was missing from the list of applications despite it being a part of the suite.

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Thoughts on the Creative Cloud

Posted by Ed Gipple on May 1, 2012 2:42:00 PM
Last week, Adobe announced their new approach to Creative Suite 6 software licensing, the Creative Cloud , which should be available in early June. This subscription-based ‘digital hub’ will provided the ability to download and install any application in Adobe’s CS6 “ Master Collection ” and use it offline…as long as you remain subscribed.
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