March 13, 2009
Acrobat press – February/March 2009
I meant to make this a regular post, but I got a little bit behind after the holidays. Anyway, here are some recent Acrobat-related articles from February and March 2009 that I think may be of interest. More after the break…
- 9 February 2009 and ongoing – Delaware Employment Law Blog – Molly DiBianca and the folks at the law firm of
Young Conaway have put together an incredible series about creating the digital law office, in large part leveraging Adobe Acrobat. The series started with using Acrobat to revolutionize your practice, making the switch to the digital office, ROI of the digital office, more about making the switch, legal research and more legal research. Hats off to Molly and team for a great series. We look forward to more installments.
- 16 February 2009 – "Compare Documents in Acrobat" – Planet Quark says the new Acrobat 9 Compare feature is "amazing".
- 27 February 2009 – 2009 SIIA Codie Awards – The 2009 Codie Awards were established in 1986 by the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) to "showcase the software and information industry’s finest products and services". Acrobat 9 Pro Extended is a finalist for “Best Business Software Solution” and “Best Multi-Media Solution”, Acrobat 9 Pro is a finalist for “Best Education Technology Solution for Productivity/Creativity”, and Acrobat.com is a finalist for “Best Communication Solution” and “Best Software as a Service Solution”. Our colleagues in the LiveCycle and Creative Suite groups are finalists as well.
- 28 February 2009 – "The Many Faces of Adobe Acrobat 9 Professional" – Brian Friedlander at the Assistive Technology Blog has written a lot about Acrobat 9. In his latest post, he covers some of the features his students have found helpful.
- 11 March 2009 – "Standards to Take ePortfolios Outside the Institution and into the Future" – CampusTechnology.com has an interview with
Phil Ice (American Public University System director of course design, research and development) and gets his thoughts on ePortfolio standards. Phil says he sees good things ahead for Acrobat 9 PDF Portfolios.