Adobe Livecycle News & Articles
| Friday Mar 15, 2013
This week for the mobile app of the week we’re continuing our search for tools that aid employee engagement with a look at Adobe LiveCycle Mobile ES4, which gives users a mobile environment to work on documents and tasks.
| Thursday Feb 14, 2013
Adobe is out with an updated version of its Adobe LiveCycle enterprise form and document platform, extending it to mobile devices and facilitating website integration.
| Tuesday Oct 26, 2010
Do you like the idea of offering your customers interactive online statements that drill down into the details? Would you like to kick off automated workflow processes when your customers use those statements? Maybe the idea of mobile-enabled business processes makes you sit up and pay attention? Adobe's (news, site) latest version of its Livecycle Enterprise Suite offers all that and more. Here's a look at what's new.
| Monday Oct 18, 2010
Following up on our coverage of #dayignite, here’s a look into one of the sessions and the discussion around the Adobe + Day product combo, and Adobe's vision for Customer Experience Management (CEM).
| Monday Feb 8, 2010
Adobe (news, site) launched LiveCycle ES2, their platform for document-centric business process management in October of last year. At that time, they talked about a cloud ready version of LiveCycle in the works. Today, that cloud version has become available, and here's a look at what it can do for you.
| Tuesday Nov 3, 2009
First announced early October at Adobe MAX 2009, Adobe (news, site) has officially launched the second version of Adobe LiveCycle ES and prepares to support enterprises as they move their applicatins and servies to the cloud.
| Monday Oct 5, 2009
The word Adobe (news, site) most often evokes images of PDFs dancing on your desktop. Creative Suite does spring in adding a dash of color. But the Adobe we know offers much more than this and today they are showing just how much.
Adobe LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 2 (ES2), the San Jose-based company's answer to building automated, document-centric business process applications, is being unveiled today at Adobe MAX 2009. This release is packed with so many new tools and functionalities that, if you are like us, you hardly know where to begin. We gave it a good college try though. Have a look.
| Tuesday Jan 13, 2009
Adobe has created a virtual development playground combining the use of LiveCycle Developer Express and Amazon Web Services. The goal is to provide developers an environment in which they can easily and quickly build and test enterprise applications. No longer will developers have to wait endless amounts of time to reboot server instances when working.