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Review: Canon CPS vs. Adobe Creative Cloud support

 
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Apr 10, 2014 17:03 |  #1

I just posted a long piece on the merits and failings of these two technical support systems. It comes down to Canon CPS great, Adobe Creative Cloud - not so much.

If you are interested the illustrated article is posted at www.foto-gizmo.blogspot.com (external link).

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Aboud Dweck




  
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Apr 11, 2014 09:58 |  #2

aboudd wrote in post #16824629 (external link)
I just posted a long piece on the merits and failings of these two technical support systems. It comes down to Canon CPS great, Adobe Creative Cloud - not so much.

If you are interested the illustrated article is posted at www.foto-gizmo.blogspot.com (external link).

Regards,

Aboud Dweck

Your post is slightly flawed. CPS is a professional organization that has a specific hotline for pros to use. Adobe (while also catering to pros) has a hotline that is used for their entire customer base. From my understanding, Adobe doesn't have a separate professional division like Canon does.

So, yeah dealing with Adobe sucks. And if you were paying $500/yr for adobe support I would expect better from them.


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