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Recently I attended the annual Educause conference in Anaheim, California. Educause is the main event where higher education professionals and technology companies come together. The big and small vendors were all present including Dell, Microsoft, Panasonic and McGraw Hill.
Several seminars and events were held and attendees had the chance to get ‘up close and personal’ with the latest trends in technology and how to integrate more easily with the needs of higher education.
October 30th, 2013 by Amanda Paull
Meet our powerful font comparison tool: QuickMatch™
Welcome to the first edition of Let Creativity Flourish! This series serves up tips, tricks, and tools of the design trade that allow your work to run smoother so you can focus on the important things—like making the world more beautiful. Check back every month for insider information devoted to honing your skills and utilizing resources to the fullest so your design can flourish.
We’re kicking off Creative Fuel—a blog series geared to get your creative synapsis fully firing. Here, we’ll be offering up inspirational tools that can jumpstart the creative process and help your ideas become more powerful, meaningful, and compelling.
October 23rd, 2013 by Max Mabe
Congratulations to John Yeingst, the winner of our free pass. We’ll see you in the windy city next week John!
Interested in attending HOW’s Digital Asset & Project Management Forum, held on November 6, 2013 in Chicago? As an event sponsor, we’re giving away a pass ($500 value).
Simply comment on this post and tell us you’d like to attend.
Apple announced today the availability of OS X Mavericks (10.9). This update includes a number of new features that can affect the performance of Extensis software.
We know that many organizations rely upon digital asset management and font management from Extensis. We have been testing beta software from Apple, and are now building and testing with the final release versions.
An updated version of Suitcase Fusion 5 will be available in 3-4 weeks that includes OS X Mavericks compatibility. Previous versions of Suitcase Fusion will not be updated, please upgrade to version 5 if you require Mavericks compatibility.
Universal Type Server
An updated Universal Type Client 4 will be available in about a month that supports OS X Mavericks. There are no known issues with the Server running on OS X Mavericks.
We will be releasing updates to Extensis Portfolio Server and the NetMediaMax add-on by the end of the year, 2013. These updates will include compatibility with OS X Mavericks, Windows 8.1, and Windows 2012 R2. There are no known issues with the Portfolio Desktop Client running on Mavericks.