Earlier today Adobe Acrobat X was announced. There’s a lot of great new capabilities that will be in it but there are two things that are of particular importance to IT professionals; Support for SCCM & SCUP and Protected Mode. Over the next few days I’ll be posting more information about these two topics but for now, you can read a primer on what we’re doing with Protected Mode by reading a Adobe Security Software Engineering Team (ASSET) blog post by Brad Arkin from July.
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What does Acrobat have in store at MAX this year? A ton.
The Acrobat team has more sessions, exhibits, labs and events planned at the conference than ever before. You’re not going to want to miss it.
Join me this week on Wed., 10/6 at 1 p.m. PT for more insight into Acrobat at Adobe MAX. I’ll share an overview of all the Acrobat activities at MAX, a sneak peek of our preconference Flash builder session, and answer your questions about MAX and Acrobat.
Tune into Wednesday’s live session on here.
Stay tuned for more Acrobat MAX updates . . .
Need to get more done in less time? Do you use Acrobat Standard, Extended, or Pro? Do you want to speed up and improve your business processes with a more effective PDF workflow? Do you want to use fill-able, submit-able forms and gather the data into a spreadsheet? Do you want to save time and reduce costs? Could your government agency, educational institution, or business department be more efficient?
This full-day, fast-paced, information-packed seminar will give you the tips and techniques you need to make the leap from “user” to “Power User!” Plus, it is presented by Adobe’s favorite Acrobat consultant and guru, Clint Funk!
We pleased to announce that Adobe Reader for Android is available in the Android Market. Whether you’re browsing the web, or reading an e-mail, you can now use Adobe Reader to access PDF files on your Android device – for free, of course. We hope you enjoy the new app, and we look forward to your feedback as you check it out. Interested in new features? Let us know; we’re already thinking of some ourselves.
Adobe eSignatures™ launches in beta. We wanted to create something that was easy to use, fast, accessible to anyone with an internet connection and a browser, and that wasn’t overloaded with complicated features.
The service is really convenient. Just go to Adobe eSignatures and sign-in. There you’ll find a very simple guided process that allows you to upload a PDF, designate the email address of the other party, and click to sign. You don’t need any special tokens or smartcards.
Read the full article on Adobe Featured Blogs
A new TechNote has been published that is a rapidly evolving portal for administrator-centric documentation and tools that provides:
- A formal enterprise administration guide in PDF format.
- Comprehensive details about enterprise deployments, configuration, and security.
- A living list of new topics added to the admin guide.
- Links to other major admin-centric libraries.
- Links to Tools
This is an excellent resource for anyone who needs to administer deployments of Adobe Acrobat and Reader. Go to the link below and bookmark it!
As stated in the Adobe Support Lifecycle Policy, Adobe provides five years of product support from the general availability date of Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat. In line with that policy, support for Adobe Reader 7.x and Adobe Acrobat 7.x will end on December 28, 2009.
Donna Baker has partnered with ed2go to offer another online, instructor-facilitated course and is pleased to announce the launch of "Introduction to Adobe Acrobat 9." This course will teach students, business owners, and at-home software users how to create PDF documents and more with Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro, showing them many of the software’s time- and cost-saving features along the way.