With over 7 billion mobile devices worldwide, more and more applications based in the cloud, and cyber threats at an all-time high, demand has surged for simple and secure ways to sign and manage documents on smartphones and tablets. Today we are announcing four key pieces of news for Adobe Sign that help address that demand.
Today we’re announcing that IT managers can now deliver secure, named user access to Adobe Acrobat DC via Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop, as well as VMware Horizon, the industry leading virtual app and desktop solutions. Acrobat DC named user access is already available for Microsoft App-V. Take a look!
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.
With Black Friday just around the corner, you’re probably setting aside an envelope, file folder or even a shoebox for the avalanche of holiday shopping receipts that you’ll need to hang onto this season. This year, we have a better idea! Today we’ve added a brand new, and completely free, Scan tool into Acrobat Reader for iOS and Android. In fact, more than 300 million people who already have the Reader app on their phones and tablets can simply update and start scanning today.
Today’s release completely overhauls one of the most popular tools in Acrobat: Compare Documents. The all-new Compare Files tool lets you quickly and accurately see differences between two PDF files like never before.
We’ve updated Adobe Sign with new features and benefits so you can focus more on your business, and less on tedious manual steps.
With an update to our iOS Adobe Acrobat Reader mobile app, anyone can now take advantage of more storage options via iPhone and iPad by leveraging the iOS Document Picker. Select, open, and save PDFs in iCloud Drive and other document storage providers like Box, Microsoft OneDrive, and Google Drive – in addition to our native integration with Dropbox – from Acrobat Reader on your iOS device.
The May 2016 release for Acrobat DC is here! We’ve included many new features in this release to help your workday go a little more smoothly.
Last month, we announced the latest milestone in our Adobe Document Cloud business, with advances across both Adobe Sign and Acrobat DC focused on helping organizations manage their digital transformations to deliver the best experience to customers. For enterprises, Box and Microsoft OneDrive are two important solutions. Today we are excited to put these new integrations in your hands.