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Adobe Document Cloud: Enhancing Productivity and Collaboration for Education

PR-fill-sign-high-resWith the release of Adobe Document Cloud, Adobe helps solve the “document disconnect” problem for education institutions who still rely heavily on paper and have separate digital document processes across platforms.

Adobe Document Cloud provides education institutions with productivity and collaboration tools to streamline both paper and digital document processes. With this new, complete solution, faculty, staff, and students can get more done and seamlessly move between desktop and mobile devices.

Everyone can instantly search and edit PDFs and scanned documents, as naturally as any other file. Users can also virtually eliminate paper and tap into e-sign processes that connect to existing workflows and IT systems. Educational institutions and their IT staffs can also protect important documents by preventing others from copying or editing sensitive information in PDFs.

Key benefits include:

  • Work from anywhere on campus— Instant access to essential PDF tools and recently viewed files across computers, browsers, and mobile devices.
  • Collect signed documents more quickly and securely—Collect e-signatures from students, faculty, and staff in minutes instead of days.
  • Easily edit and reuse old forms—Save staff time with the ability to reuse and edit content from old forms, even when the source file is long gone or exists only in hard copy.
  • Protect institutional information—Prevent others from copying or editing sensitive content by using PDFs for student and employee records, research, and grant proposals.

Adobe Document Cloud promises to enhance the productivity of students, educators, administrators, and IT staff alike. We’re excited to see how educational institutions take advantage of the new Acrobat DC and Document Cloud.

For more information on Adobe Document Cloud including pricing and availability, please visit: https://acrobat.adobe.com/us/en/

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