Cloud has burst


K10D

Link Posted 17/05/2014 - 07:14
Adobe Cloud is down.

I don't use the Cloud.

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Best regards

RalphHardwick

Link Posted 17/05/2014 - 09:14
cardiff_gareth wrote:
A reason to stay away from their new cloud based products, first your details are compromised and then it goes down!

I signed up about 2 weeks ago and it's all working fine now.

Did I want to? No
Did I want photoshop? Yes, now that my needs are changing I wanted the industry standard. Although PSE12 is pretty amazing.
Would/could I have spent £500+ for the package? No

For me £8 per month means that it will be over two years before I'm out of pocket and it will have been updated twice by then.
Of course it might not be £8 then.........
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gartmore

Link Posted 17/05/2014 - 09:22
Why they have called it 'Cloud' is a mystery to me, the software is downloaded on to your computer so the cloud being down doesnt stop you doing anything.
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ChrisA

Link Posted 17/05/2014 - 10:04
gartmore wrote:
Why they have called it 'Cloud' is a mystery to me, the software is downloaded on to your computer so the cloud being down doesnt stop you doing anything.

This article is a pretty reasonable explanation of what happened with Adobe's CC the other day, and why moving everything to the cloud is still a really Bad Idea.
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