Microsoft, Adobe advance partnership with new cross-cloud productivity integrations

Microsoft, Adobe advance partnership with new cross-cloud productivity integrations

By | September 8th, 2017
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Microsoft and Adobe are continuing to integrate more of their cloud

services -- such as Microsoft Teams and Adobe's Sign e-signature service --

across each other's portfolios. Microsoft and Adobe are expanding on their

year-old partnership by agreeing to integrate some of their key

productivity services across their respective cloud services.


														
							

Microsoft and Adobe are expanding on their year-old partnership by agreeing to integrate some of their key productivity services across their respective cloud services.

On Sept. 7, representatives from the two companies said that Adobe Sign, the company’s e-signature service, is now Microsoft’s “preferred” e-signature offering across Office 365 and Dynamics 365. And Microsoft Teams, Redmond’s alternative to Slack, is now the “preferred” collaboration service for Adobe Creative Cloud, Document Cloud, and Experience Cloud. Adobe also is making Microsoft’s Azure its “preferred” hosting platform for Adobe Sign.

In the fall of 2016, the pair said that Adobe Creative Cloud, Marketing Cloud, and Document Cloud would all be available on Azure, and Azure would be the “preferred cloud platform” for these services. The two companies also announced that Adobe’s Marketing Cloud would be Microsoft’s Marketing module for the Enterprise version of Dynamics 365, its combined CRM/ERP suite.

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Nisheeth Bhakuni