Give your organization access to Adobe's creative apps and services, workgroup collaboration, license management tools, and enterprise-level customer support. Available as part of a volume license agreement, Creative Cloud for enterprise supports custom deployments and flexible license true-ups, and it works with other Adobe enterprise offerings such as Adobe Marketing Cloud, Acrobat, and Digital Publishing Suite.
Yes, IT packaging tools will continue to be provided for customization and packaging of the Creative Cloud apps and services. The packager will output Microsoft Windows Installer (MSI) or Mac OS X PKG installers for enterprise deployment and imaging.
Your IT team has complete control over which apps, services, and features are packaged and deployed, and when. Versions can be vetted in production or via pilots before they are deployed across the organization.
Adobe provides the ability for IT to deploy Creative Cloud for enterprise anonymously with serial numbers or with named-user IDs. Deploying with serial numbers means your users never have to be online, but deploying software to named users with the Adobe Enterprise Dashboard will allow for the use of cloud functionality including storage and services.
Yes, IT controls the deployment of creative apps and updates by creating customized deployment packages (industry-standard MSI and PKG files) with the free Creative Cloud Packager. The new Adobe Enterprise Dashboard lets IT control which users and groups within your organization have access to cloud storage and services.
Effective June 1, 2014, licensing of Creative Suite 6 software under our Transactional Licensing Program (TLP) and Cumulative Licensing Program (CLP) was discontinued. Creative Cloud will be the exclusive source for future innovation to Adobe creative tools. Creative Cloud for enterprise can be purchased under an ETLA.
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