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When you’re an unquestioned leader in the tech industry, your mandate is clear: keep innovating — or be replaced by those who are. So if you’re Adobe, the company whose Creative Cloud apps have consistently redefined content creation on the web, you stay at the top of the heap by rolling out new cutting edge product.
Case in point, Adobe announced new CC apps last month designed specifically for social video content creators as well as an iPad touch-screen optimized version of their Hall of Fame Photoshop program.
Moves like those seek to seal Adobe’s place at the top of the multimedia food chain for years to come — so if you aren’t already up to speed on all CC
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