Adobe

Adobe

Adobe helps people and businesses communicate better through its world-leading digital imaging, design, and document technology platforms for consumers, creative professionals, and enterprises.

Adobe’s platform-driven approach is focused on providing more complete and innovative solutions for each of its customer segments than ever before. With its digital imaging and digital video software products, including gold-standard Photoshop software and a comprehensive professional digital video platform, Adobe is helping customers edit, manage and share digital images and video with the highest quality results. Adobe delivers the leading platform for the future of design and publishing, giving creative professionals everything they need to create and publish content to print and the Web faster, more easily, and more efficiently. And the Adobe Intelligent Document Platform enables organizations to connect employees, customers, and partners with information through the use of Adobe’s PDF file format—the de facto standard for secure electronic document exchange.

Founded in 1982, Adobe today is one of the world's largest software companies, generating annual revenues exceeding US$1.2 billion. More than 3,700 employees across the world share Adobe's commitment to helping people communicate better. Headquartered in San Jose, California, Adobe is traded on the Nasdaq National Market under the symbol ADBE.


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Robert Redford Tackles Risk, Failure, and Success in the Digital Era
With a staggering 7,000 attendees, this year's Marketing Summit is Adobe's biggest yet. A thread in the event's loosely overarching theme of reinvention, Robert Redford—who arguably has... more
Today's Marketer is Her Own Worst Enemy Because She's Failing to Adopt New Technology
Marketing is one of the myriad sectors of business that in the digital era is being constantly disrupted by bleeding-edge technologies. Every marketer is aware of the frequent bombardment of new... more
In Major Update to Creative Cloud, Adobe Brings 3D Printing to Photoshop
Adobe today unveiled new 3D printing capabilities for Photoshop. By "radically simplifying" the 3D print process, Adobe believes that Photoshop CC will become the go-to tool for anyone who wants... more
Bombardier Uses Adobe Experience Manager to Unify Brands Online
Bombardier is the only company in the world to manufacture both aircraft and trains. Bombardier Aerospace delivers aviation products for business, commercial, specialized, and amphibious... more
Users Prefer Native Apps Over Mobile-optimized Sites, Study Reveals
Adobe recently released its annual study examining mobile consumers’ habits in Canada and around the world. According to The 2013 Mobile Consumer Survey, Android smartphones are the most... more
Three Amazing Projects Adobe Engineers are Working on That Will Boggle Your Mind
This week, Adobe hosted its biggest MAX conference ever in Los Angeles. More than 5,000 attendees watched Adobe announce its dramatic shift into the cloud. The Creative Cloud move dominated the... more
Adobe Makes Fundamental Shift in Business Model with Giant Leap into Cloud
MAX, the "creativity conference," has humble beginnings as a Macromedia event for developers. Those beginnings were likely lost on most of this year's 5,000 attendees from countries rises - a... more
In Three Short Years, Tablets Have Overtaken Smartphones in Web Traffic: Adobe
Globally, websites are now getting more traffic from tablets than from smartphones. This is one of many findings in Adobe's 2013 "The State of Mobile Benchmark" report, which can be found here.... more
Adobe Brings Photoshop to iOS and Android Smartphones
Adobe has offered Photoshop Touch on the iPad for a while now. Now the software - which in its full form demands a very large screen - is coming to smartphones. Optimized for small screens and... more
Adobe Edge Offers Non-Programmers the Ability to Create Web and Mobile Experiences
Adobe has had a bold strategy in place in the past year to allow the average Internet developer to build simple web and mobile experiences. That’s what the power of more data storage for... more
Adobe is Killing Flash for Android Next Month
When Apple visionary Steve Jobs launched the iPhone, and later the iPad, without support for Adobe's seemingly ubiquitous Flash technology, critics lashed out, saying he had gone too far with his... more
Adobe Moves Beyond Flash: The Next Big Thing is Creative Cloud
Adobe’s newly launched Creative Suite 6 is being touted as the Google Docs for creative professionals. One of the Creative Suite’s features is the $50/month Creative Cloud that includes... more
Google Joins HootSuite and Adobe in Attempting to Quantify Social Media ROI
Google has launched new social reports that aim to quantify the return of investment of social media. Phil Mui, Google Analytics group product manager, says that Google wants to "tie... more
Will Adobe Social Blow Hootsuite Out of the Water? Yes… and No
Most social media management platforms like Pinerly or CoTweet focus on the management of a single social media platform. But Adobe Social, part of the Adobe Digital Marketing Suite, will... more
Adobe: A Big Data Bandwagoner Jumping into Predictive Analytics Modelling
The big data bandwagon is a popular one to jump on these days. Recently, big data's lure swallowed former editors Marshall Kirkpatrick at Read Write Web and Ben Parr of Mashable, who are attempting... more
Vancouver's HootSuite Partners with Adobe to Calculate Social Media ROI
Most experts agree: the return on investment from social media activity cannot be quantified. But this owl at least wants to try. HootSuite has announced a partnership with Adobe that will see the... more
Adobe showcases some startling Photoshop technology: Unblur
Adobe showcased some startling technology at it’s MAX 2011 conference. A filter that will “unblur” images. The audience was in awe as the feature was demonstrated to the public... more
Apple's iOS 5 Digital Newsstand further rocks traditional media world, RIM's super app vision surfaces
While I mused about how the face of news reporting is changing with automation, the most recent update to the iOS has now drastically impacted magazine publishers and those who sell and read... more
Use Your iPad to create creative content as Adobe catches up to the tablet industry
As consumers and small business gain more creative capabilities, so do large corporations thanks to the latest round of updates from Adobe and Canon Canada. Just as tablets gain more creative... more
Vancouver's Nitobi acquired by Adobe
Today at its MAX 2011 technology conference, Adobe Systems announced it is acquiring Vancouver-based Nitobi Software, the creator of PhoneGap. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.... more
Adobe Says Release of Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 will support Apple Products and HTML5
Despite all the controversy about whether Adobe Flash would be included in Apple products in the past year, Adobe exeeded analyst expectations in the most recent quarter according to Bloomberg... more
Adobe aims to bolster cross-browser consistency with Flash, new tool suite
In its early days, Flash was able to give designers pixel-by-pixel control, and the use of any font they desired, albeit often at the expense of Web standards. With its new tools and evolving Flash... more
Adobe's Photoshop companion apps for iPad may be renewal of a strained relationship
The relationship between Apple and Adobe has been strained ever since Apple denied Flash compatibility on the iPad. But Adobe has looked past this and announced three forthcoming companion apps to... more
Adobe Customer Service Seminar in Calgary
We all try to create good experiences for our customers, but it is often easier said than done. This Wednesday, Adobe is hosting a seminar with Forrester Research and Deloitte Consulting to learn... more
Thanksgiving Day Tech Roundup
We know you're going to be really busy on Thanksgiving today, but why pass up on your daily dose of sizzling hot tech news? Have both. Here are some top tech stories to get your grey matter... more
Is Microsoft about to buy Adobe?
The rumour mill triggered a surge in Adobe's stock today, rising by 11.5 percent following media speculation that Microsoft may acquire it. Quoth The Globe:  The New York Times reported... more
News in Short: Bebo may not actually be dead yet; Apple allows Adobe Flash in new app reqs
Bebo traffic figures actually rise; hires Xbox talent Bebo is a long-troubled social network, acquired in June by Criterion for a mere fraction of the cost that Yahoo paid for it some time ago, in... more
Seven reasons why Apple's greatest rival is now Google - and why Apple had better watch its back
Years ago, it was Microsoft - who had the better home computer OS? More recently, it was Adobe - was Flash worthy of the iPhone's greatness? Now, it's Google, and the stakes are higher than ever.... more
Adobe says it doesn't need iPad's support, and Apple products don't seem to need Flash
Once a power couple, they'll soon be citing the celebrity standard divorce reason, "irreconcilable differences." Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen spoke to the Telegraph, delving into why he’s... more
Adobe hosts Ottawa Mobile Developer Day August 28th
Adobe will be hosting technical sessions for mobile software developers Saturday, August 28th at their Ottawa location at 343 Preston Street. There will be sessions on Adobe AIR mobile... more
Ex-Adobe guy Rob Burgess jumps on Syncapse Board
Social technology startup Syncapse recently announced it caught a big fish from the talent pool: they appointed Rob Burgess to the company’s Board of Directors. Rob... more
Vancouver's Rouxbe part of the HTML5 revolution
As things between Apple and Adobe move into the passive aggressive stage on a number of issues, it seems clear that Adobe's Flash won't be making an appearance on either the iPhone or the iPad... more
Win a Ticket to FITC Toronto 2010
Want to attend FITC Toronto this upcoming weekend? All you have to do is leave your name and Twitter handle below with a comment on why FITC Toronto is "the" Design and Technology event of the... more

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