New Adobe Tool Offers Web-Based File Control (Cadalyst Daily Archive)

15 Nov, 2006 By: Sara Ferris

Service aims to improve sharing, security for PDF, Word and Excel files; also, new LiveCycle Policy Server offers CATIA V5 document rights option


Adobe today announced plans to launch a Web-based service to provide document control and security for Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel documents. The service targets small and midsized companies that share sensitive information both internally and outside the company. Adobe Document Center will offer many of the features found in Adobe's server solution, LiveCycle Policy Server. A new version of that enterprise-scale product was also announced today. Read more >>p>


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