SOFTWARE DEVELOPER Adobe has released the latest version of Acrobat, which features cloud services, better document editing and PDF exporting.
The firm said that the release of Acrobat 11 is a major milestone and includes many features that users have been asking for, like digital signing, edit trails and integration with office productivity applications.
"We've added several much-asked-for features that are aimed at making life easier for information workers like you. Acrobat XI features complete PDF editing and export to PowerPoint; touch-friendly capabilities on tablets; sophisticated web contracting with Adobe Echosign; and forms creation, data collection and analysis with Adobe Formscentral," said Kevin Lynch, Adobe's SVP and GM of Acrobat and Document Services in a blog post.
"We've added features IT people have asked for, too: seamless Microsoft Office and SharePoint integration, easy deployment, applications virtualisation and robust application security to provide a low cost of ownership and sound return on investment."
Lynch said that the release is an acknowledgement of the way that people work these days, explaining that it will help workers find the information that they are looking for and let IT departments manage documents better. µ
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