For years now, we’ve been moving from a PC-centric IT world to Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) models. It’s been driven by the rise of working from home, companies wanting to secure their end-users, and the convenience for IT of centrally managed user end-points. There was only one hitch: A handful of popular programs were only available on PCs — chief among them, Adobe Photoshop.
Now, finally, Adobe is bringing not just Photoshop but Illustrator to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) users. The company unveiled its plans last week at Adobe MAX 2021.