Installing on a cloud Account

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Hi,

We have 3-4 collaborators in our non-profit organization who are woking together on projects using Adobe CC. Each of us has a CC license. The problem is that we have proj files and assets on a shared cloud space and need to download -> edit -> upload sequence each time one of us does an edit. It would be very convenient if, like Google Docs, we can all work directly on the cloud where both data, assets and AdobeCC programs are all together so we can invoke an instance of an AdobeCC app directly on the cloud without having to go through the download -> edit -> upload sequence. 

Can you suggest solutions?

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Venkat

 

 

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Installing on a cloud Account

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Hi,

We have 3-4 collaborators in our non-profit organization who are woking together on projects using Adobe CC. Each of us has a CC license. The problem is that we have proj files and assets on a shared cloud space and need to download -> edit -> upload sequence each time one of us does an edit. It would be very convenient if, like Google Docs, we can all work directly on the cloud where both data, assets and AdobeCC programs are all together so we can invoke an instance of an AdobeCC app directly on the cloud without having to go through the download -> edit -> upload sequence. 

Can you suggest solutions?

Thanks.

Venkat

 

 

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>invoke an instance of an AdobeCC app directly on the cloud

 

Adobe doesn't work that way... programs must be installed on a computer to run

 

As far as I know, Adobe programs do NOT include any 'exclusion' features, so everyone trying to work on the same cloud files won't work... if A opens a file and B opens the same file their work is going to conflict

 

Copying files down/up is the only way to work

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Thank you kindly.

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