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Archive: Doc-Management & Workflow

Equisys releases dual-function fax, PDF software

Dan Shea

Equisys, a developer of software for document production and delivery, has announced the availability of Zetafax Duo. The product combines Equisys market leading Zetafax fax server technology with its award-winning Zetadocs PDF software to provide businesses with product that automates many of the aspects of document production and delivery, and radically reduces the costs and time involved.

Enterprise & Government   May 25, 2006

This week in PDF: Drumroll please...

Dan Shea

This week in PDF has seen a trio of awards split between Right Hemisphere and Enfocus, ARTS PDF getting some ink from Inc. and the announcement of an update to Zevrix Solutions' InDesign output application. Want to know more? Read on, dear visitor...

Enterprise & Government   May 25, 2006

Planet PDF CEO reflects on Orlando PDF conference

Karl De Abrew

It's halfway through the AGI's latest PDF Conference -- 14 sessions in total across three tracks covering all manner of topics across the areas of general Acrobat/PDF, forms, print production, JavaScript, archiving and more -- and intrepid Planet PDF CEO Karl De Abrew gives his event highlights and observations.

Enterprise & Government   May 18, 2006

This week in PDF: Quiet innovation...

Dan Shea

This week in PDF has seen some gems released in time for the Adobe Acrobat and PDF Conference in Orlando, FL. There's been a major update to established Digital Rights Management (DRM) product, FileOpen Publisher, an update to a nifty PDF conversion utility and a brand-spanking-new PDF and PDF/A verification tool from Apago. This piece also includes the winners of Planet PDF's recent AGI Adobe Acrobat Conference competition, so check in to see if you have won!

Enterprise & Government   May 18, 2006

Day Two at the Orlando PDF Conference

Karl De Abrew

First up, with regard to the wild rumors that I'd discussed yesterday, well, it seems that these were indeed just that. I'd heard on the grapevine that Adobe was planning to remove support for AcroForms in preference for Adobe Designer in an upcoming version of Acrobat and, although initial Adobe reps were unwilling to either confirm or deny this wild speculation, Adobe Acrobat Group Product Manager Rick Brown categorically dispelled the rumor and stated that not only will AcroForms be fully functional, but that you'll also be able to create them from within Acrobat as well.

Enterprise & Government   May 18, 2006

This week in PDF: Competition and conversion...

Dan Shea

Server-side conversion to our favorite format seems to be the flavor of the week, with RealObjects, CambridgeDocs and Bluebeam Software all getting into the act. In other news, Adobe honcho unsurprisingly plays down the threats to Adobe's PDF-based revenue posed by competitive products and UNIVERSE Software offers a solution to the PDF equivalent of losing your keys.

Enterprise & Government   May 11, 2006

This week in PDF: CanOpener sesame!

Dan Shea

This week in PDF sees the release of an updated Acrobat plug-in to look "under the hood" of PDF files, a heavy-duty application for bringing PDF into the third dimension, and Adobe adds a feature to its online PDF creation service.

Enterprise & Government   April 20, 2006

This week in PDF: Pact and ready TerraGo

Dan Shea

This week in PDF, the ink dries on a pair of technology partnership pacts, Intergraph provides some direction for cartographers, and ceTe Software .NETs an update to its PDF creation widget. If that weren't enough, the busy folks at LinkTek have delivered a new link repair solution while the masters of the UNIVERSE (Software, that is) have added Acrobat 7 compatibility to that company's password-recovery software.

Enterprise & Government   April 13, 2006

This week in PDF: I spy...

Dan Shea

I spy with my little eye... PDF newsbits galore! This week in PDF was a big one, with IPEX in Birmingham generating a lot of news, a pair of announcements about April's pending Adobe Acrobat & PDF Conference in Orlando and an update to MetaViewSoft's free PDF viewer for mobile devices.

Creative & Print   April 06, 2006

This week in PDF: Standards and releases? Ides like to see that!

Dan Shea

The ides of March bode better for the PDF world than perhaps they once did for Shakespeare's favorite Julius (Caesar, that is). Standardization and conversion are in the air, with FESPA, Artwork Systems, Bamboo Solutions and CambridgeDocs all in the news this week.

Enterprise & Government   March 15, 2006

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