Adobe Sign now integrates with both the on-premise and online version of Microsoft Dynamics. This news supports our recently announced strategic partnership with Microsoft to help businesses transform customer engagement through integrations across Adobe, Microsoft Azure, and Microsoft Dynamics 365.
Adobe Sensei has been at the heart of Adobe Document Cloud all along with technology that works on your behalf, automating repetitive tasks, boosting productivity, and paving the way for the workplace of the future. It’s the science behind what we’ve always described as ‘Adobe magic.’ Check out some of the ways that machine learning and AI is already being put to work in Document Cloud.
Organizations are working to enable personnel to work from any device, any time, and from any location. However, this flexibility presents a number of challenges for corporate IT departments to manage and secure countless devices and apps. Working with the AppConfig Community, Adobe is helping to establish and drive native standards for app configuration and security.
Today Adobe announced the latest release of our Adobe Sign integration with Salesforce, which will be featured at Dreamforce 2016. With an emphasis on experiences in mind, we developed new advances for this integration that allow Salesforce Classic and Lightning users to be more productive and spend less time with the ‘grunt’ work. See how.
New graduates bring a fresh set of expectations — not only about work environments, but also about when and where they work, and about how they blend their work lives with their personal lives.
Yesterday’s Think Tank about The Future of Work brought together thought leaders from a variety of backgrounds, geographies and organizations, to discuss and debate what the future holds for all of us in the workforce – through the lens of people, technology and workplaces.
This spring, a new generation of workers will be graduating from colleges and universities all over the world. See Jon Perera’s take on the impact the Class of 2016 will have on the future of work, in terms of people, workspaces, and technology.
Introducing Adobe Sign, a powerful new integration with Box, and some killer updates to Acrobat DC. Jon Perera talks all things Document Cloud as we announce a number of new innovations that help organizations transform to better serve customers and help everyone be more productive.
Now available, the integration between Workday and eSign services extends this experience to processes involving external candidates in Workday Recruiting. Adobe e-signatures, which were previously available for all internal candidates, will now also be available for external recruiting.
Last year we announced a partnership with Dropbox to simplify the way people and organizations work together with documents. I’m excited to report that we’ve now extended the Dropbox integration to the over 300 million Acrobat Reader customers who have installed our app on Android devices. The Dropbox team has delivered an update to its Android app, so you can enjoy the benefits of the integration starting from Dropbox.
It’s safe to say that nobody likes filling out paper forms. Filling out paper documents is time-consuming, prone to error, and wasteful on personal and societal levels. So why do so many companies remain attached to doing things this way?
I’m excited to announce that you can download or update your Acrobat Reader mobile app on iPhone and iPad to take advantage of the new integration with Dropbox. Dropbox has updated its iOS app, too, so you can enjoy the same benefits of Acrobat Reader starting from the Dropbox app.
We’re committed to helping customers simplify the management of apps, including via the cloud. We’re excited to announce today we’re delivering Acrobat Reader mobile for Microsoft Intune, which is part of the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite.