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Microsoft Is Teaming Up With This Major Software Maker in the Cloud

Microsoft and Adobe Systems have forged a new friendship in the cloud.

On Monday, Adobe, the force behind Photoshop and Illustrator software packages, named Microsoft Azure the “preferred cloud platform” for its various online marketing and creative services software. 289 more words


Microsoft signs up Adobe for its Azure cloud computing services

Microsoft and Adobe today announced a major partnership that will see Adobe deliver its cloud services on Microsoft Azure and that will make Adobe the preferred marketing service for Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 Enterprise CRM solution. 374 more words


Mike FULLER proposes: BrAmStOcKeR For Music, PRESIDENTIAL POWER For Politics, TIMEFRAMES To Replace Hollywood And The IVth Reich To Reinforce And Promote Its Country, The USA And USB!

Mike FULLER proposes: PRESIDENTIAL POWER For Politics,  TIMEFRAMES To Replace Hollywood And The IVTH REICH To Reinforce And Promote Its Country, The USA And The USB! 697 more words


[VIDEO] High-Speed SpaceX Footage from Launches of Falcon 9 Rockets  

New camera views of past launches and reentries.Missions in order of appearance: May JCSAT-14; July CRS-9 launch, stage separation, engine plume interaction, and re-entry burn; December 2015 ORBCOMM landing burn; July CRS-9 landing burn.


Green supply chain management: Definition, examples and challenges

Consumers become every day more aware of green issues, pollution, global warming and the impact of non-environmental production in nature. In consequence, they will want to know more about the goods and services they pay for, and companies should answer those questions in terms of the Green Supply Chain Management processes of it. 724 more words

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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


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