We have a small marketing team that just consists of five employees: manager, graphic designer (me), video support, social media, and marketing assistant. We all had iMacs with CS6 and a shared server for file storage and sharing. However, I moved to Creative Cloud when I got a new iMac in 2018.
This has created a number of issues:
I find myself thinking about how much money my new iMac cost our company and yet I am not able to use it to it's full capabilities since I have to continue running it on the same macOS as my old computer and can not utilize the newer Adobe apps. I feel it's time to look forward and get our entire team on Creative Cloud. If we were to do so, we could take advantage of new features and benefits of updates from both macOS and CC and also utilize iCloud storage which would fix our server issue. However, my manager is very hesitant. He doesn't feel that there are enough benefits to justify the cost.
I tend to get overly excited with new technology. I love finding all the new features and capabilities with programs. So I've been very anxious to update my new iMac. However, my company frequently tends to stick with the past with old fashioned thinking... So I don't want to push for this until I have all the facts! Thanks for any and all of your help!
Catalina is a mixed bag of tricks. Many Creative Cloud users had to revert back to Mojave.
I'm sure it's frustrating having a Creative Cloud plan and not being able to take full advantage of it. Unfortunately, you're up against the old "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" mentality. In collaborative environments, everyone must be on the same page. At the moment, you're the lone outrider. And that probably won't change until other computers start failing. Then, management will be forced to decide what course they want to take.
The official operation guarantee of CS6 was up to OS X 10.9.
This is the same for perpetual licenses and Creative Cloud .
macOS is an OS with a short support period and extremely low compatibility.
Let's assume that using itself will force you to use the latest version.