The 10 Most Common Myths About Adobe’s Creative Cloud

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With over one million customers having already joined in just seven months since it was launched, Adobe’s new Creative Cloud offering has been a success exceeding even the company’s own expectations. Still, there are a lot of misconceptions out there that we see from time to time, or that some folks seem to believe… (do you?) Here below we dispel and debunk the top 10 most common myths we’ve heard – and hopefully even if you already know the scoop or use Creative Cloud you’ll pick something up… read on!

Myth #1: “‘Creative Cloud’ sounds like cloud storage only – which is just a way to store your files, and I already have Dropbox which is free.”

Some may find the name misleading – but the Creative Cloud is actually a comprehensive collection of creative tools and services including all fourteen CS6 products, Acrobat XI Pro, Adobe Muse, Lightroom 4, Digital Publishing Suite, Adobe Edge, and more… You do also get 2-20 gigabytes of online storage space for sharing, syncing, and intelligent viewing of your files, but that is only one piece of of the big picture.

Myth #2: “I don’t want to be constantly connected to the Internet to start and run my creative apps; what happens when I’m on a plane?”

You do not have to be continually connected to the Internet. Once your applications are installed, online access is only required once per month for revalidation of your membership. And there are solutions in place if you will be offline for an extended period – like traveling for a couple months without web access… just contact Customer Service read more...

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