Last week I wrote about how much we love to share our love for sharing with you. That sentiment is with everyone at Adobe. Yesterday, Adobe’s cofounders John Warnock and Chuck Geschke posted their thoughts on freedom of choice, and how “the web has unleashed an explosion of content and transformed how we work, learn, communicate, and, ultimately, express ourselves.”
Acrobat.com exists to be able to provide you with that freedom to collaborate, share and work with whoever you need in order to get your work done. At its very core is the fundamental belief that you should be able to work with your extended team members with nothing more than an internet connection and web browser. Plus, to ensure consistency across those different browsers, the Adobe Flash Player. You can even view and upload documents using your iPhone, Blackberry and Android mobile devices. And let’s not forget Acrobat.com’s ability to create, preview, upload and share a file format that is truly an open, ISO standard: PDF.
We ♥ The Web. We ♥ Choice. We ♥ Acrobat.com.
The entire Acrobat.com team – from the development and QA engineers, to the designers, to the product and marketing managers, to the support and learnings resources staff, and to the person who is kind enough to make sure we always have fresh coffee in the office [did I miss anyone?] – are all so very honored and thrilled to have been given a 2010 CODiE award for Best Communication Solution for the second straight year in a row. Wow! We can only say “thank you, thank you, thank you” to the Software & Information Industry Association, its members and all the judges. And of course to all of our Acrobat.com customers for continuing to give us feedback and ideas on how we can continue to make Acrobat.com the best that it can be.
Did I mention how thrilled we are?
At Acrobat.com, we’re all about sharing. We love to share. We love to help you share. We love to share with you that we love to help you share. We could share our feelings about sharing for hours. Luckily for you, we won’t do that (much) and would rather spend some time letting you know about the updated file sharing mechanism in this latest release of Acrobat.com. Now you won’t have to share for hours; it’ll only take you moments.
We have already covered sharing Acrobat.com Workspaces and managing members, so let’s focus on sharing individual files.