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Here’s what our customers have to say.

 
“Adobe Creative Cloud for teams provides easy scalability, great productivity and substantial cost savings when compared to purchasing individual boxed software.”
 
— Cornelius Brackett, media specialist, First Federal Savings Bank

 
“Having apps and services in Adobe Creative Cloud that improve efficiency saves us valuable resources in terms of how much time we spend on a project and how quickly we can move on to the next project.”
 
— Jon Dean, VP of user experience and design, FOX Sports Digital
  1. What is Creative Cloud for enterprise? What is Creative Cloud for enterprise?

    Creative Cloud for enterprise is the essential creative platform that enables organisations to continuously design and publish exceptional customer experiences.

    Creative Cloud for enterprise offers access to all the latest CC deskop and mobile apps and services; offers hosting options to meet the needs of organisations with advanced IT requirements; and integrates with other Adobe enterprise solutions including Adobe Digital Publishing Solution and Adobe Marketing Cloud.

  2. Do the Creative Cloud applications run in the browser via streaming or a visualisation technology? Do the Creative Cloud applications run in the browser via streaming or a visualisation technology?

    The desktop applications are downloaded from Creative Cloud but are installed and run locally. They are not streamed or virtualised in the cloud.

  3. What if my organisation doesn’t want to use Adobe IDs for log in to Creative Cloud? What if my organisation doesn’t want to use Adobe IDs for log in to Creative Cloud?

    IT administrators have options when it comes to deploying Creative Cloud for enterprise. However, if you want to take advantage of the new Adobe Admin Console for easier licence management or you want your users to access cloud-based storage or services, then you’ll want to deploy the creative apps to named users using either Adobe IDs or Enterprise IDs.

    • Adobe ID: User creates and owns account, Adobe manages credentials and processes sign in
    • Enterprise ID: Organisation creates and owns account, Adobe manages credentials and processes sign in
    • Federated ID: Organisation creates and owns account, links with enterprise directory via federation, enterprise company or school manages credentials and processes sign in via Single Sign-On

    For more information, see Manage Identity Types. Additionally, you still can deploy Creative Cloud for enterprise with serial numbers, which means users will be anonymous and can work in off-line environments. You decide which option is best for your organisation and you can even mix and match for different users and groups.

  4. Can IT control who has access to Creative Cloud storage, services and applications? Can IT control who has access to Creative Cloud storage, services and applications?

    Yes, IT controls the deployment of creative apps and updates by creating customised deployment packages (industry-standard MSI and PKG files) with the free Creative Cloud Packager. The new Adobe Admin Console lets IT control which users and groups within your organisation have access to cloud storage and services.

  5. What if my organisation doesn’t want to update as soon as Adobe releases new desktop applications via Creative Cloud? What if my organisation doesn’t want to update as soon as Adobe releases new desktop applications via Creative Cloud?

    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 organisation.