Tag: aem

  • Adobe Experience Cloud

    Adobe Summit Retrospective: Building a Stronger Cloud?

    LAS VEGAS — Adobe defended its cloud-hosting capabilities for web content management and the integration story of its marketing cloud, telling CMSWire it embraces microservices and APIs for development and integrations. Tim Waddell, director of product marketing for advertising solutions at Adobe, told CMSWire during last week’s Adobe Summit at

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  • Adobe

    Adobe Experience Manager Update Extends DX Beyond Traditional Channels

    Adobe today released the latest version of its web content management system. The update includes enhancements designed to extend digital experiences beyond traditional content channels and into relatively uncharted territory. The San Jose, Calif.-based provider unveiled its Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) 6.3 in anticipation of next week's Adobe Summit.

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  • Adobe Helps Marketers Measure a Changing World

    In recent years Adobe Systems has concentrated on refining Adobe Analytics into the Adobe Marketing Cloud solution. Adobe shared its updates at the Adobe Digital Marketing Summit. The summit is a premier event for analytics practitioners, including many who still remember when Adobe Analytics was Omniture Site Catalyst.

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  • The Inside Scoop on Adobe Experience Manager AdobeSummit

    The Inside Scoop on Adobe Experience Manager #AdobeSummit

    SALT LAKE CITY -- There's something beyond the glamour, the food, the Grammy-winning bands and quips from Michael Keaton at the Adobe Digital Marketing Summit here. Many of the 6,000 attendees gathered at the Salt Palace Convention Center have an important job back home. They manage Web Content Management Systems (CMS).

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  • Adobe Promises Software Change is Good EVOLVE14

    Adobe Promises 'Software Change is Good' #EVOLVE14

    You commit to a new software platform for your business. You migrate your content. You customize solutions to support it. And then the vendor makes some big changes.  Sound familiar? Today, users of the Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) got a glimpse into how that happens from Adobe group product manager

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