Adobe Simplifies Team Collaboration with Acrobat.com Workspaces

Today, Adobe introduced Acrobat.com Workspaces, a new collaboration space that lets teams inside and outside of organizations work together on projects. With Workspaces, team members can store and organize project content online, and easily share and manage team access to files – eliminating the need to continually e-mail updates. They can create Shared Workspaces to store and share a set of files related to a project, letting team members work together across time zones and firewalls, with no specific file sharing software or IT involvement necessary. For more information on Acrobat.com Workspaces, including step-by-step instructions on how to create and share a Workspace, please visit our Acrobat.com blog.

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Comments

    March 28, 2010

    DannyT writes:

    Brilliant, another new feature restricted by requiring premium account. Not that I have a problem with that, in fact I think it’s a good idea. It’s restricting it to North America only that’s a horrible user experience for the rest of the world. Even if it’s for legitimate legal or other reasons then fine but popups all over my acrobat account telling me about these great new features I can’t make use of just feels like a slap in the face.

    March 28, 2010

    Pooja Prasad writes:

    Hi Danny,

    Thank you for the comment. We see that you’ve engaged with the Acrobat.com team via Twitter. As they mentioned, business and legal issues prevent Premium Acrobat.com accounts outside of NA, but they are working to address this. You can also email acrobat.com_feedback@adobe.com so the team can keep in touch with potential premium customers outside NA.

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