There are two Creative Cloud for teams plans. Adobe offers an All Apps plan (all Creative Cloud apps and services) and a Single App plan (access to one app, such as Photoshop CC, and select services).
Which Creative Cloud desktop apps are available as a Single App?
The following are available as a Single App: Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, InDesign CC, Adobe Muse CC, Dreamweaver CC, Flash Professional CC, Edge Inspect CC, Edge Animate CC, Adobe Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, Adobe Audition CC, SpeedGrade CC, InCopy CC, and Prelude CC. Although plans include access to just one app, you also get access to all other CC apps as a free trial.
Why does Creative Cloud for teams cost more than Creative Cloud for individuals?
Creative Cloud All Apps for teams membership includes all the features and benefits that come with an individual membership, plus:
- Centralized administration: A centralized purchasing and license management console lets you easily assign and transfer seats at no cost, add seats, and track usage.
- Centralized deployment: Centrally deploy all Creative Cloud apps or a customized subset. Administrators can also block services and online storage access while on the corporate network.
- Get 100 GB of storage per user—that's five times what individual Creative Cloud members have.
- Expert support: Get exclusive access to Adobe experts via one-on-one sessions (two per year, per license purchased).
Creative Cloud for teams isn’t available in my country. When will it be available?
Do I have to be connected to the Internet to use my applications?
Can I switch from a Creative Cloud individual membership to Creative Cloud for teams?
Yes, individual Creative Cloud members can upgrade to Creative Cloud for teams with no cancelation fee. To do so using your existing Adobe ID, accept your Creative Cloud for teams invitation, and you are prompted to cancel your individual membership.
Alternatively, you can call Customer Care for support. Be prepared to provide:
- Adobe ID for the primary admin of the teams membership
- Phone number for the primary admin
- Adobe IDs for the individual memberships you want to switch to the teams membership
My organization wants to block access to certain services, such as storage and community features, available through Creative Cloud. Is that possible?
Yes, IT administrators can block users from accessing the online services. Administrators can also use Creative Cloud Packager, which is available through Creative Cloud for teams, to deploy Creative Cloud Desktop applications independent of the cloud-based services.
Can I block my users from using Creative Cloud for teams storage?
There is no way to centrally disable access to Creative Cloud storage. Any end users who have access to the web via a browser can store their files in the cloud. However, if users are on a corporate network and using company-administered machines, the following network calls can be blocked via the organization’s firewall, and block use of storage while on the network:
- https://creative.adobe.com/files — port 443
Note: The services blocked on the website may be accessible via other endpoints not related to the site, and the site may be the only access point for services that should not be blocked. The full list of online services and their URLs are listed here.
My company is global. Can I invite team members to join from multiple countries (for example, one from the UK, one from Germany)?
Yes. If you purchased Creative Cloud for teams via a reseller partner, do one of the following for it to work:
Purchase all licenses centrally from a WW ALC (but specify a “deploy to” in LWS for each country where you are deploying). Or, have your local offices buy from their local resellers (using the same VIP ID that was initially created for your company). If you purchased Creative Cloud for teams on Adobe.com, you do not need to specify anything during the order process.
One of my team members is going overseas for an extended stay. Can they continue to use Creative Cloud for teams?
Yes, the product continues to work as long as it is associated with an Adobe ID.
CHINA: Adobe does not currently sell Creative Cloud for teams in China. However, the product continues to work inside China as long as it was purchased in a country in which it is currently sold. Updates issued while your team member is in China can take longer to download and install because of latency issues. All hosted service components of Creative Cloud (such as file storage and Behance) currently reside on servers outside China. As a result, Adobe cannot guarantee that Creative Cloud’s hosted services will be reliably accessible from within China – or from within any nation that regulates and sometimes blocks access to websites and services outside its borders.