I was reading the new article http://er.educause.edu/articles/2017/6/supporting-accessibility-with-a-cloud-based-environment?utm_source=Informz&utm_medium=Email+marketing&utm_campaign=ER
And thought to myself 1) Adobe was not on their list of products served; 2) for the reasons the authors note about accessibility, is that a case where Adobe has allowed virtual access to their products (concurrent mode versus site licensing).
So am wondering if anyone has arranged such with Adobe.
We know that in general, unless the whole student population is licensed, one is not supposed to just try to license a virtual computer lab , machine by machine, and let the students access the Adobe software as they might be allowed to do in a physical lab.
Margaret (Marg) Knox The University of Texas System
Executive Director, Systemwide IT (SWIS)
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Austin, Texas, 78701
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