Great news for enterprise customers wanting to move to Adobe Creative Cloud. Adobe's enterprise-specific version, Creative Cloud for enterprise, is now available under the Value Incentive Plan (VIP), offering business customers advanced content protection, deployment and access control – all through a flexible licensing programme.
Here's everything you need to know about what you get in Adobe Creative Cloud for enterprise, how it stacks up against Creative Cloud for teams, the different licensing options, and that all-important information – how much it's going to cost you...
Just as Creative Cloud for teams is tailored towards creative teams, and Creative Cloud for education is the option for educational institutions, Creative Cloud for enterprise has been specifically designed for enterprise organisations. You of course get access to all the top creative apps you'd expect, including Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere Pro, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and the rest, but also some nifty enterprise-only features.
It includes all the necessary licence management, deployment and content protection capabilities required to safeguard your organisation’s valuable creative assets, and it’s now available under the VIP programme, so you can access all these features without being tied into a multi-term contract.
If you have a dedicated IT resource and are looking to streamline management and have more control over your environment – including identifying and authenticating users, and protecting assets and documents – then Creative Cloud for enterprise is going to be ideal for you. Already a Creative Cloud for teams customer? If you want to upgrade to the enterprise version and receive all those extra features, you'll just need to wait until your renewal window (30 days before and after the anniversary date).
As mentioned, with Creative Cloud for enterprise you get everything available in Creative Cloud for teams (essential creative apps, automatically updated at no extra cost, along with connected mobile apps, cloud storage, and online collaborative tools and services), plus:
Advanced licence management
- Integrate with existing corporate identity system single sign-on (SSO).
- Remove users or reassign licences individually or by group.
- Automatically remove users who leave the company when federated ID (SSO) is enabled.
- User authentication via federated ID (SSO) or Enterprise ID.
- Dedicated encryption key for at-rest assets (with domain claiming).
- Ownership of assets stored in the cloud.
Ability to turn on/off cloud services
- Limit non-core services for certain users or groups.
- Dedicated onboarding call.
- 24/7 support for IT and end users.
- Ability to open and track support cases.
- Unlimited expert services sessions.
How does buying under VIP compare to ETLA?
Creative Cloud for enterprise is available through either a VIP (Value Incentive Plan) or ETLA (Enterprise Term Licence Agreement).
|Perfect for…||Dynamic organisations.||Large organisations who are stable or growing.|
|Commitment||Annual (option to extend up to three years).||Three years.|
|Purchasing||Transactional – buy and pay for users as needed.||Consolidated – you can ‘true up’ your balance, but not down.|
|Minimum purchase||No minimum.||Approx 60 seats.|
How much does it cost?
For customers on T1, the pricing costs £840 per user, per year for the All Apps package, and £360 per user, per year if you just opt for the Single App version. Under VIP you can access volume discounts the more licences you purchase, and you also have the option to sign up for a three year commitment to access an even higher level of discount.
Want to know more about Adobe Creative Cloud for enterprise? Give us a call on 03332 409 259 or email adobe@Jigsaw24.com.