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Adobe Creative Cloud: Update to storage

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Apr 02, 2019

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It goes without saying that intellectual property is the most valuable corporate asset. Safeguarding your intellectual property not only protects the reputation of your organization, it also ensures that you stay competitive and sustain revenues in the long term.

To help protect enterprise assets, Adobe is updating its Creative Cloud for enterprise storage to provide administrators centralized control over Creative Cloud accounts.

The updates provide flexible quota limits, improved security, and enhanced collaboration features.

Traditionally, Adobe storage is allocated per user with a fixed storage quota. If you reach this limit, you must either delete some content, or your organization must purchase more storage, even if other users aren't using their full quota.

With this update, instead of per user, storage quota can be allocated from an aggregated storage pool purchased by your organization. By allocating at the organization level, any user can exceed their quota, as long as the sum total of the quotas allocated to individual users do not exceed the aggregate storage.

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This update also includes other features:

  • Asset transfer: If an employee leaves the organization, an IT administrator can transfer the employee's content to a delegated user. The content is transferred using a ZIP file. A link to the ZIP file is sent to the delegated user. The user can download the ZIP file, extract, and upload it to their individual user folder. For more information, see Reclaim assets from a user.
  • Sharing restrictions: Allows IT to set restrictions for how users can share and collaborate. For more information, see Sharing restrictions for asset protection.

To ensure Adobe can allocate your organization’s storage at the organizational level, manage Adobe Creative Cloud for enterprise seats through the Admin Console. Assign only to an Enterprise ID or Federated ID account. Your enterprise cannot update storage if any Creative Cloud seats are assigned to Adobe ID accounts. The organization must migrate any Adobe ID users to Enterprise or Federated ID users.

Note: Adobe ID user accounts can still be created. However, a Creative Cloud seat cannot be assigned to an Adobe ID.

In summary, the updates are aimed at fostering increased adoption by end users of Creative Cloud products and services that require cloud storage. For more information, see Adobe Creative Cloud: Update to storage.

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Admin Console Users and Groups, CC Services and Storage, Manage enterprise accounts

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Adobe Creative Cloud: Update to storage

Adobe Employee ,
Apr 02, 2019

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It goes without saying that intellectual property is the most valuable corporate asset. Safeguarding your intellectual property not only protects the reputation of your organization, it also ensures that you stay competitive and sustain revenues in the long term.

To help protect enterprise assets, Adobe is updating its Creative Cloud for enterprise storage to provide administrators centralized control over Creative Cloud accounts.

The updates provide flexible quota limits, improved security, and enhanced collaboration features.

Traditionally, Adobe storage is allocated per user with a fixed storage quota. If you reach this limit, you must either delete some content, or your organization must purchase more storage, even if other users aren't using their full quota.

With this update, instead of per user, storage quota can be allocated from an aggregated storage pool purchased by your organization. By allocating at the organization level, any user can exceed their quota, as long as the sum total of the quotas allocated to individual users do not exceed the aggregate storage.

storage_tab.png

This update also includes other features:

  • Asset transfer: If an employee leaves the organization, an IT administrator can transfer the employee's content to a delegated user. The content is transferred using a ZIP file. A link to the ZIP file is sent to the delegated user. The user can download the ZIP file, extract, and upload it to their individual user folder. For more information, see Reclaim assets from a user.
  • Sharing restrictions: Allows IT to set restrictions for how users can share and collaborate. For more information, see Sharing restrictions for asset protection.

To ensure Adobe can allocate your organization’s storage at the organizational level, manage Adobe Creative Cloud for enterprise seats through the Admin Console. Assign only to an Enterprise ID or Federated ID account. Your enterprise cannot update storage if any Creative Cloud seats are assigned to Adobe ID accounts. The organization must migrate any Adobe ID users to Enterprise or Federated ID users.

Note: Adobe ID user accounts can still be created. However, a Creative Cloud seat cannot be assigned to an Adobe ID.

In summary, the updates are aimed at fostering increased adoption by end users of Creative Cloud products and services that require cloud storage. For more information, see Adobe Creative Cloud: Update to storage.

Topics

Admin Console Users and Groups, CC Services and Storage, Manage enterprise accounts

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