This week, Adobe has introduced Adobe Document Cloud with the updated Acrobat program whose cloud-based version will be available to its subscribers for $14.99 per month.
Adobe seemed to be concerned about our excessive paper documents at work. That's why the company conducted a study among 5000 participants from 5 countries to learn how people treat the necessity to deal with paperwork. The output result shows that 83% of workers are totally annoyed about paper documents that they must tackle.
Bryan Lamkin, the Adobe's senior vice president of Technology and Corporate Development, stated: ''People and businesses are stuck in document-based processes that are slow, wasteful, and fragmented. While most forms of content have successfully made the move to digital (books, movies, music), documents and the process of working with them have not, and that needs to change".
No sooner said than done. Now, the Acrobat software allows you to digitize paper documents for further editing and signing online. With this program, you will be able to use the device camera scanning feature so as to convert your handwriting to digital files. Also, the program lets you easily manage and protect your data from a number of devices, including mobile phones.