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  March 20 Webinar: What’s New in AEM Sites 6.4
Introducing AEM 6.4, your key to outstanding experiences
Adobe rewrites what’s possible with a DAM
Look what TechCrunch says about AEM 6.4
How Adobe made paying taxes, well, less taxing
Slow content can be a death knell
 
March 20 Webinar: What's New in AEM Sites 6.4
  Insider tips to empower your omnichannel business  
  Come join Adobe experts Haresh Kumar and Daniel Gordon as they do a deep dive into all the exciting new features and capabilities in AEM Sites 6.4. Topics covered include the self-service Cloud Manager, the Single-Page Application Editor, how to automate personalization with machine learning via Adobe Sensei, and more. You’ll also hear how AEM Sites 6.4 dramatically reduces your total cost of ownership and time to market. Save your spot—register today! March 20th, 8:00 am Pacific.  
   
     
Introducing AEM 6.4, your key to outstanding experiences
  Cloud innovations + content intelligence = WOW!  
  Studies continue to show personalized content is vital to business success, and that’s where the new AEM 6.4 comes into play. This blog, written by Adobe senior director Loni Stark, outlines how Adobe designed our latest version to meet the demanding needs to today’s consumers, whether B2C, B2B or B2E. Topics covered include an overview (including video) of current marketing trends, innovations in cloud agility & security, advances in machine learning (Adobe Sensei), and more.  
   
     
Adobe rewrites what’s possible with a DAM
  Adobe Sensei supercharges rich digital engagements  
  Until today, the content production cycle of enterprises required significant amounts of time, effort, and resources. That’s all changed with Adobe Sensei found in the just-released AEM 6.4. In this blog by Adobe expert Elliot Sedegah, you’ll learn how to build a digital assets manager platform (DAM) that lets you create content at scale, deliver automated and fluid experiences, uncover the true value of your assets, maximize your operations in the cloud, and more.  
   
     
Look what TechCrunch says about AEM 6.4
  Get the lowdown on what makes AEM 6.4 special  
  This article, by TechCrunch’s Frederic Lardinois, is a great overview and ‘what’s important’ about AEM 6.4. In addition to discussing features such as the new Smart Layout and machine learning-based tools, it talks about AEM 6.4 in context of the modern enterprise and its customers—why those involved in content creation/production need to automate and optimize their operations. What AEM 6.4 brings to the party is truly the future of content marketing, and this article outlines that.  
   
     
How Adobe made paying taxes, well, less taxing
  SF case study proves the power of AEM Forms  
  Nobody likes paying taxes, but once the San Francisco City & County tax office—responsible for $9 billion in annual taxes—employed AEM Forms, they actually created a win-win situation. Customer service dramatically improved, thanks to extensive automation. Once-confusing online portals were simplified (payers would often become delinquent by accident). And the entire system is able to easily scale to meet the ever-changing demands of its tax base. Read this fascinating case study to find out more.  
   
     
Slow content can be a death knell
  Your visitors simply don't have time to wait  
  This article by emarketer covers what most enterprises are afraid to hear: No matter how good or intriguing the content, visitors simply won’t wait for it to load, especially videos. A recent Adobe survey bears this out, with 80 percent of respondents stating slow loading times are an immediate turn-off. This is even more significant as the survey discovered that slow load times trumped all other issues, including broken links or content not displaying properly. Definitely food for thought!  
   
     
   
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