Acrobat 9 Wins Small Business Computing Award
Exciting news arrived at Acrobat HQ in the last day or so: Acrobat 9 was just recently awarded “Best Collaboration Software” by Small Business Computing. What is really great about this is that it was chosen by the publication’s readers.
The article announcing the winners is here. To quote Small Business Computing:
Let’s face it: The days when collaboration meant attaching and e-mailing files that you could then discuss over the phone are over. These days collaboration means one document reviewed in real-time by multiple workers who share a vested interest.
If Adobe Acrobat doesn’t spring to your mind when someone says “collaboration,” you aren’t among the 28 percent of readers who voted it Best Collaboration product. Adobe Acrobat 9 is designed to let businesses use commenting tools to share feedback and collaborate live within a PDF document by working with Acrobat.com, a suite of hosted services. Also, because Adobe Reader is free, you can share feedback and responses with just about anyone.
Taking runners-up honors, with 22 percent of the vote each, are Google Apps Team Edition and Zimbra Collaboration Suite 5.0 (the company’s first product release after it was acquired by Yahoo).
Thanks to Small Business Computing and their readers. We are truly honored.