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    Can you buy Photoshop?

    Hopefully in the right section here.

    Can you purchase Photoshop or is the only option now to take the Creative Cloud subscription?

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    Thanks for that Steve -

    Silly question but you don't know what concurrent/non concurrent means?

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    Concurrent means you can purchase 1 licence, install it on multiple machines but you may only use it on 1 machine at a time.

    Non-concurrent means you can purchase 1 licence and install it on 1 machine at any one time.

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    Should anyone need it, here's the link to buy Photoshop CS6 (or the entire Creative Suite) directly from Adobe since it is quite tricky to find on their website.

    Creative Suite 6 Products for Students and Teachers

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    Thank you both - incredibly helpful responses!

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    In light of the recent Adobe breach you should be asking yourself do you really want Photoshop. Its a shame that something that is probably considered "industry standard" comes from such a shoddy company.

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    What was the breach Gaz? Didn't hear about that. This is just one license we need for one student, not something we'd have school wide.

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    I'm not sure if your joking as its been all over the news but here is a snipit. It only takes 1 vulnerable PC to infect the whole network.
    http://www.edugeek.net/forums/securi...ty-breach.html
    How an epic blunder by Adobe could strengthen hand of password crackers | Ars Technica

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    Ha, thanks Gaz will read that - I wasn't joking though, been off radar the last week or so with uni assignment deadlines.

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    Arh, no worries. It seems that most of the articles at the moment are focusing on the user details such as passwords that were taken but they seem to forget that the source code for some of their programs was taken and that is more serious in my mind.

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