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Our news articles are archived in a series of categories for easy access. Select the category to the left to display only the articles related to that category.

Adobe CEO Chizen has company on track, exceeding expectations

Kurt Foss

In a recent interview with the Wharton School, Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen talks about the current company makeover toward becoming the "enterprise software company," in step with goals he shared with Planet PDF in mid-2001.

Enterprise & Government   April 13, 2004

Print-ready Easter cards in PDF

Kurt Foss

If you need an Easter-specific greeting card or note card in a pinch, Xerox offers an online selection of free, PDF-based resources designed for printing. They also cover some less-known occasions, such as the upcoming, easy-to-forget "Administrative Professionals Day" on April 21.

Enterprise & Government   April 07, 2004

Adobe names Chief Software Architect for Intelligent Documents

Kurt Foss

Adobe Systems named two new chief software architects for its new Office of Technology, one focused on driving innovation with the company's PDF-based Intelligent Documents products and solutions.

Enterprise & Government   April 06, 2004

Seybold Amsterdam 2004 features strong industry presence

Kurt Foss

The upcoming conference will feature a number of leading PDF-oriented vendors and technologies, including five dubbed as Seybold's 'Hot Picks.'

Enterprise & Government   April 06, 2004

Planet PDF's Must-See Hotpicks at Seybold Amsterdam

Dan Shea

With scarcely two weeks to go until Seybold Amsterdam, Planet PDF's Sam Chandler and Dan Shea preview key sessions and can't-miss local attractions in the Dutch capital.

Enterprise & Government   April 06, 2004

Site posts White House strategy notes left at Starbucks

Kurt Foss

A liberal advocacy Web site is showcasing a PDF-based document containing Bush administration media strategy notes that was inadvertently left at a Washington, DC-area Starbucks.

Enterprise & Government   April 02, 2004

Working Group Formed: New PDF in Engineering Standard

Kurt Foss

Two industry organizations are leading a collaborative effort to advance standards and best practices for the use of PDF in engineering workflows.

Creative & Print   April 01, 2004

Online newspaper warns against becoming an April 1 fool

Kurt Foss

With the annual April 1 prank-pulling day approaching, the Christian Science Monitor chronicles 'Historic Hoaxes' in PDF, citing numerous examples of fiction passed off as fact.

Enterprise & Government   April 01, 2004

FormRouter upgrade enables offline data entry for PDF forms

Kurt Foss

FormRouter, Inc., has announced new capabilities for FormRouter customers to collect form data from offline users using Adobe Reader 5.1 and higher.

Enterprise & Government   March 30, 2004

Apago to introduce new products with JDF support

Kurt Foss

Apago, Inc. will introduce a series of new and updated products with support for JDF job tickets at drupa 2004.

Creative & Print   March 30, 2004

PDF Conference slated for Sept. 13-14, 2004

Kurt Foss

Carl Young has announced that the next incarnation of the popular PDF Conference will be held September 13 & 14 in the Washington, DC area.

Enterprise & Government   March 30, 2004

Redax 3.6 provides faster, easier PDF redaction workflow

Kurt Foss

Appligent recently announced the release of Redax 3.6, an upgrade to the company's solution for redacting (removing sensitive text and images) PDFs.

Enterprise & Government   March 30, 2004

Global Graphics will unveil first JDF-Enabled Harlequin RIP

Kurt Foss

The first JDF-enabled Harlequin RIP will be demonstrated by Global Graphics at drupa 2004 in Germany in May.

Creative & Print   March 30, 2004

Tailor Made announces AcroXchange for PDF conversions

Kurt Foss

Tailor Made Software recently announced AcroXchange for converting PDF and Illustrator files into popular CAD, technical illustration, raster and Web-ready formats.

Creative & Print  

Seybold Seminars hires editorial team, centralizes in SF

Kurt Foss

Seybold Seminars, which recently centralized its editorial and conference content teams, has created a new Content Board to help guide editorial and conference development.

Creative & Print   March 29, 2004

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