Author Archives: Jeff Stanier

About Jeff Stanier

Adobe Systems Canada Inc. Director, AEM Forms & Connect, Digital Marketing Email stanier@adobe.com Phone: 613-940-3677

Adobe Central Pro Output Server and Adobe Web Output Customers: Migration Coming Soon

While batch and on demand printing capabilities have matured, many organizations find themselves facing new challenges serving an increasingly mobile and Web-centric world. Consumers and citizens want the same engaging experience in their business transactions that they get in their … Continue reading

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Moving Over to AEM Forms – It’s Easier Than You Think

Adobe is well known for its PDF forms capabilities and the LiveCycle platform that’s made it possible to deliver and integrate enterprise forms and document solutions with our customer’s back-end systems.  While PDF form capabilities and LiveCycle have matured, many … Continue reading

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Adobe Reader Mobile and XFA forms from LiveCycle Designer

As the world becomes increasingly more mobile, we hear a lot of questions about dynamic PDF forms created in the LiveCycle Designer and mobile devices.  These forms use an underlying XML structure called XFA (XML Forms Architecture).   This XML structure … Continue reading

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LiveCycle ES4 Certification Exams Now Available

The LiveCycle Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) exams are now available through Pearson VUE.   Becoming an Adobe Certified Expert gives you advanced skills recognized and respected by employers. By proving your expertise with Adobe solutions, you demonstrate your commitment to advancing … Continue reading

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Adobe Summit 2014 in Salt Lake City

There’s less than two months to go until the digital marketing event of the year. This year, the Adobe Summit (March 24-28) in Salt Lake City will feature the largest Digital Experience Management (DEM) track to date with dozens sessions … Continue reading

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Adobe LiveCycle Designer book – 2nd edition released

JP Terry has done it again! JP is the CEO of SmartDoc Technologies and he’s released the second edition of his very popular Adobe LiveCycle Designer book. The first version sold over 11,000 copies! This edition has all-new sections of … Continue reading

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Understanding reader extensions licensing

We get many questions about reader extensions. That’s not surprising really because there are numerous ways to use reader extensions in an enterprise capacity as well as in a work group or consumer type of way. We also get many … Continue reading

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LiveCycle ES4 now Available

In an earlier blog post we announced the upcoming release of LiveCycle ES4 . The LiveCycle team is very pleased to inform you that LiveCycle ES4 is now generally available. ES4 makes it easier to create, manage, and publish large … Continue reading

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See LiveCycle ES4’s New Capabilities on Youtube

You can now see LiveCycle ES4’s new capabilities to extend processes to mobile devices in action on Youtube.  View this video for an end-to-end demonstration http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPZTXfnsMpw&feature=youtu.be

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Streamlined LiveCycle Forums

The forums for LiveCycle have undergone a streamlining exercise to make participation easier and finding content simpler.  Details about the changes can be found on the LiveCycle Help Content Team’s blog .   Let us know how you like it and … Continue reading

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