Acrobat 9 and Connect - Green

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....all went well yesterday. I guess I knew it would, but as my colleagues will testify, I'm always concerned that I should give good value for money when I present.

The general concensus is that, almost by definition, both Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Connect are inherently green products.

Acrobat, of course helps us to reduce the amount of paper we use (I'll never subscribe to the "paperless office" theory but Acrobat does help) This also reduces the cost and impact of having to transport paper based documents too. It's a win-win-win scenario, greener working practices save you money too and indeed can result in a more innovative and engaging way of working with customers and partners.

Connect gives us similar benefits in terms of people interaction, reducing (but not removing altogether) the need for business travel. You can communicate, collaborate and even train online.


By the way, I feel bad for asking so late, but how was your halloween? It seems that year upon year this event gets celebrated with more gusto in the UK, we have upped our game to almost US levels of participation. I can still remember a time before "trick or treat"-ing children wandering the streets, high on a sugar rush from all the Haribos, Celebrations, Flumps and other assorted sweets. So this year.. I dressed as the Dark Knight (as opposed to the 1960's Adam West Batman)... No offence Adam if you're reading this.. :-)

Saturday night will see another little soiree, this time belatedly celebrating Guy Fawkes night. Now, that's a proper British event, perhaps e should export it to the US in return for our immporting of the Halloween regalia?.... I can't quite see America embracing "Unabomber Night" myself.

....back to work........


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Hi Steve,

Would you mind sharing with us why you don't subscribe to the paperless office theory?

I subscribe to the paperless office theory heavily, so I'm interested to hear counter arguments.

Cheers,
Rowan

Hi Steve,

Would you mind sharing with us why you don't subscribe to the paperless office theory?

I subscribe to the paperless office theory heavily, so I'm interested to hear counter arguments.

Cheers,
Rowan

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