Adobe Creative Cloud Security Breach Affects 7 Million

Adobe Creative CloudWe’d like to make you aware of a recent report of a security breach that occurred on one of Adobe’s Creative Cloud servers.

Security researchers recently found a publicly available server that was not password protected that contained some customer information. Adobe has responded to this report by securing the server in question and providing more information as to what was exposed. The information revealed was as follows: Continue reading Adobe Creative Cloud Security Breach Affects 7 Million

Adobe Unveils Special Webinar for Graduating Students

AdobeWhen your graduation date draws near, the thought of heading out into the “real world” can be overwhelming. Have you prepared enough for the world of work? Can you back up all of the skills you listed in your resume? There’s always so much to think about! Continue reading Adobe Unveils Special Webinar for Graduating Students

Adobe Applications Now Require Sign In

Adobe Creative Cloud folderAdobe recently changed its licensing model for all products.  Unfortunately, this has added complexity to all installations of the software – particularly those in the classrooms or labs.  If you launch any of the Adobe products from a shared computer you’ll be prompted to login.  Don’t panic– it’s a very easy fix! You will simply need to sign in to the Adobe apps with your SMU ID and password to unlock the functionality on that device.  That sign-in will persist during that login session on all Adobe products.  Unfortunately, you’ll need to sign in each time you login to the computer.

Note: If you are simply accessing PDF files from within a web browser, you will not need to sign into the Adobe application. Those should display in the browser window normally. Continue reading Adobe Applications Now Require Sign In

Adobe Creative Cloud 2019 Available

Adobe LogoWe are excited to announce the new licensing with Adobe for the Adobe Creative Cloud suite of applications. As part of this “Named User licensing,” benefit-eligible employees will be able to log into the Adobe Creative Cloud and download the latest Adobe applications to their office computer and on one home device too, such as a laptop. We will also be rolling out the latest versions of the applications this summer to labs and instructor stations as part of a “shared device license.” Adjunct Faculty, Instructors, Temporary Staff, Sponsored Users, and Active Students will have the ability to login to systems on campus with using this “shared device license.” Continue reading Adobe Creative Cloud 2019 Available