The creator of the widely accepted PDF software, Adobe (News - Alert) Systems Incorporated, has moved to improve on the services delivered to its users. The company unveiled its newest version of the PDF software, AdobeAcrobat XI that supports cloud services and tames the modern jerky and complex document challenges that are normally experienced.
Adobe Acrobat XI will support complete PDF editing abilities, a functionality to enable document exportation to Microsoft’s (News - Alert) PowerPoint and touch compatible functionalities targeting touch sensitive devices. Cloud services at access will include complex Web contracting with Adobe EchoSign and the creation of forms, data collection and analysis through the trustworthy Adobe ForumsCentral.
IT experts now have a lesser task when dealing with Microsoft Office documents. The solution allows flush amalgamation of Microsoft Office with SharePoint, hence easy deployment, virtualization and application of brutal no-nonsense security giving low cost to document ownership, which in turn leads to better returns on the investment in question.
Concisely, the improved Adobe Acrobat XI will give users the ability to edit PDF files’ content without compromising source file integrity, cut down the time needed to validate documents and Web contracts to hours by the use of electronic signatures enshrouded in the Adobe EchoSign electronic signature. In addition to this, the solution will also enhance mobile device capabilities and protection of documents to prevent exportation of content without permission.
Commenting on the innovative upgrade of the PDF reader and manager, Melissa Webster, program vice president at IDC (News - Alert), admits that currently the complexity of work is pressing and has moved into the cloud. Workers therefore need to access documents while on the go from any device to keep up with the competition. She said that companies “need a solution that enables them to collaborate with others inside and outside the firewall while at the same time meeting IT and organizational requirements for streamlined management, application security, and secure delivery of information – all with a high ROI.”
Edited by Allison Boccamazzo