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Highlight of Adobe Summit Day 2: DAM 2.0

In day 2 of Adobe Summit, I saw some great innovations and new features in the AEM Assets platform which together solve the most difficult challenges of Digital Asset Management.   Bringing AI to DAM   Today’s general session highlighted a new capability which I believe is as much of a revelationary step forward in […]

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Using Adobe to Create Fluid Experiences for Mobile Journeys

One the key struggles that most business are struggling with is the creating an experience that is consistent across all channels. In this 2018 Adobe Summit session Haresh Kumar and Nick Whittenburg from Adobe lay the ground work for how Adobe cloud solutions allow your business to achieve a fluid experience across mobile journeys. As […]

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New Features in Adobe Experience Manager Assets

It is fun to see the new features of a well used product. The team of Elliot Sedegah and Joshua Ramirez did the classic “dog & pony” show featuring what is new in the Adobe Experience Manager Assets. In this 2018 Adobe Summit session, the Adobe product team highlighted the 10 feature areas that ensure […]

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Identify and Convert High-Value Customers Using Adobe Experience Cloud

Silicon Labs Director of Corporate Marketing. Kamran Shah provided insights on how Silicon Labs used Adobe Experience Cloud to identify and covert high-value customers. In this 2018 Adobe Summit session he outlined three data-driven strategies to identify, prioritize, and optimize the high-value customer journey with the Adobe Experience Cloud. This is achieved through moving beyond […]

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Non-AEM relative links in RTE and Path Browser in Touch UI

In AEM 6.0, 6.1 & 6.2 the Touch UI RTE link plugin and path browser adds a content keyword automatically. This begins as soon as the author starts typing/. It can be difficult for authors to enter non-AEM relative links in the content, and some environments require both AEMand non-AEM links in the same domain. A […]

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Creating Geolocated Experiences with Adobe Experience Manager

Understanding a user’s location is a critical piece of information for delivering relevant experiences. Geolocation, however, is usually more complex than initially anticipated. It can be difficult to implement accurately and if the Experience isn’t thought out carefully, can be disorienting. Before embarking on a creating a Geolocated experience, you should understand the experience being […]

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Data Science in the Adobe Cloud Platform

Dave Bilbrough spoke to partners at the 2018 Adobe Summit about how Adobe has been transforming experience through the use of enterprise big data within the Adobe cloud platform. As machine learning and artificial intelligence continue to evolve and shape customer experience, leveraging Adobe Cloud Platform to author, import or use pre-built intelligent services based […]

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Adobe Summit 101: Intro to the Adobe Solution Landscape

As a digital marketer or technologist, Adobe’s technologies offer tremendous potential and impressive capabilities. But, with all the different names, teams and viewpoints from Adobe, much less the partner ecosystem, how do you keep it all straight? This post is intended to be your introduction to the Adobe Experience Cloud solutions. Whether you are just […]

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Single Page Application Approaches in AEM

With all the buzz around Single Page Applications (SPA), there are many unanswered architectural questions. What happens to traditional Web Content Management systems? Who will own the glass? What is the right approach?   The answer is more nuanced than a blanket response. The right approach for your experience will depend based on the type […]

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