Monthly Archives: December 2013

WingArc1st Inc.

WingArc1st produces the top products in the world based on our vision “Reach the top of the world”. WingArc1st’s Super Visual Formade (SVF), which has been developed to satisfy the social needs, reached the largest share of the business form preparation and printing software market in Japan. [...]

PDF Tags and Accessibility: Why They Matter

The PDF format has evolved quickly and significantly since being published as an open standard by the International Organization for Standardization in 2008. Since then, PDF has become one of the world’s most widely used file formats, improving how people create, access, and share documents. [...]

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Official PDF Flyer (english)

To download one of the flyers please click on the image of the flyer. To download the complete set in zip-format (3,3 MB) please click [...]

Celebrating 20 years of PDF!

PDF Association Newsletter: Issue 32

Contents 20 Years of PDF New Assistant to the Board   2013: 20 Years of PDF By Duff Johnson Vice Chairman, PDF Association Happy Holidays [...]

Intelligent PDF Services Help the U.S. Department of State

The U.S. Department of State is the lead institution for the conduct of American diplomacy facilitating the promotion and protection of interests for US citizens globally. The U.S. Department of State determined they needed reliable and feature-rich, server-based PDF technology. [...]

Soft Xpansion launches Perfect PDF App for Windows 8 PCs and RT Tablets in Windows Store

(Bochum, Germany, December 11, 2013) Soft Xpansion has launched its Perfect PDF App for the Windows Store. The application runs on Windows 8 and RT [...]

Adlib White Paper

Efficient Archiving Through Adlib Solutions In The Transition To Digital Government

The worldwide transition to digital government offers the promise of better efficiency, accessibility, and transparency of everyday government processes, but it also creates unique challenges. Government mandates with strict timetables being issued in numerous countries place a heavy burden on agencies and businesses required to institute electronics record management systems and provide archival copies of all vital documents and communications. Most organizations these days rely on a heterogeneous mix of operating systems and applications running on complex internal network infrastructures that are sometimes supplemented with external processing and storage resources in the cloud. Capturing, organizing, and delivering archival materials from these diverse sources creates a substantial challenge—difficult to meet without a system-level solution adequate to the task. [...]