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Digital asset management: Curate information, create content, and collaborate securely

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John Lewington
Industry Specialist, National Security Group, Adobe

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Shawnn Guthrie
Principal Business Consultant, Adobe 

About the session

For content creators supporting the national security community, come learn about new ways to create digital content and deliver remarkable experiences. Federal law enforcement and intelligence community leaders will share best practices around creating, storing, and distributing a wide variety of content like photos, video, and web assets. We’ll walk through workflows that show new ways to collaborate quickly and securely, create consistency across organizational assets, and streamline your content processes — from creation to delivery — for experiences that engage both your internal and external audiences.

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