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Adobe acquires Livefyre

Adobe today announced that it plans to acquire Livefyre, the service that’s probably best known for its online commenting system. On top of this service, the company also offers a number of tools for brands to engage with their audiences as well, which is likely what Adobe was most interested in. 318 more words

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Adobe's Document Cloud adds support for Box and Microsoft

Adobe is launching an update to its Document Cloud service today that will bring support for both Box and Microsoft OneDrive to the company’s PDF-centric digital document solution. 208 more words

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Which Touch Points Do Marketers Rate as Central to the Customer Experience?

The best value for the buck is no longer the deciding factor when choosing between brands. Today we hear more and more about the customer experience (CX) and how marketers are striving to implement strategies to create the best experiences possible for their customers. 114 more words

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An intro to Premiere Pro

Here is a useful tutorial about using Adobe’s Premiere Pro. It goes over everything we did in class the other night.

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Using Dreamweaver to create a website

In our last class, we went over how to start a website using Dreamweaver. Below are some tutorial videos that cover everything we went over in class. 107 more words

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ComScore Teams With Adobe in Media-Measurement Battle

ComScore may have moved another inch in its effort to dominate the media industry’s yardstick.

ComScore, which in recent months has become more aggressive in its bid to unseat Nielsen as the predominant arbiter of measuring audiences around media content,  said it will tap new metrics from software and analytics firm Adobe Systems. 524 more words

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Interest Rates and Obama in Cuba—5 Things to Know for the Day Ahead

Hello friends and Fortune readers.

Wall Street stock futures are lower, taking their lead from global stock markets that don’t like the sharp decline in the dollar that followed the Federal Reserve’s gloomier assessment of the economy Wednesday. 463 more words

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