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LifeCycle E2 by the end of this year

5 Oct 2009 | | One Comment

By the end of this year, Adobe seeks to release LifeCycle E2.

Announced at Adobe MAX 2009 – LifeCycle ES is said to be jam-packed with features. Based on a Adobe mainframe, it contains Document Services (complete with Rich Documents based around PDF and Flash), Content Services (including security based around PDF-rights management), Business Process Management, End User Access to LifeCycle (including Desktop-launched PDF conversion), and Developer Tools.

They’re also working on a “cloud”-based application said to be released in early 2010.

Only one thing — it’s charged on CPUs, number of users and documents. The minimum cost is touted as being $50K — ouch! Anyone got a coupon code?

Read the full scoop on CMSWire

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  • CTdeveloping, LLC said:

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    While not a direct server solution, RAD PDF licensing fees + basic development costs will provide a customized solution and typically cost a great deal less than $50k.

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