PDF Days Europe 2016

Live streaming of PDF Days Europe 2016

For those unable to come to Berlin to attend the «PDF Days Europe 2016», several sessions of the event will be streamed live over the PDF Association Channel on YouTube. Simply click on the respective YouTube Link below to watch the listed broadcasts. [...]

PDF 2.0

PDF 2.0 is feature-complete. What comes next?

PDF 2.0 is nearly finished. Now is an excellent time to help the ISO committee understand your ideas for the future of PDF. [...]

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The case for PDF forms

Many organizations use PDF merely to offload printing to end-users. They miss out, because not only does PDF offer a potent platform for forms workflows, PDF includes unique capabilities that aren’t available in HTML. [...]

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PDF in the Mobile World

The variety in screen sizes and shapes is a challenge for web technology in general, and for PDF in particular. Even so, many PDF vendors are delivering technology for the n-screen world. [...]



PDF and EPUB meet different needs in different ways. Neither can replace the other. [...]

Duff Johnson receives the Thomas Bagg Standards Award

Duff Johnson receives AIIM Standards Award

The Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM) has awarded its Thomas Bagg Standards Award to Duff Johnson. [...]

Matt Kuznicki

Interview with Matt Kuznicki about PDF Days Europe 2016

Matt Kuznicki, Chief Technical Officer at Datalogics, tells us about his plans for the PDF Days Europe 2016 conference in Berlin. [...]


Hotel Recommendations and Sightseeing Tips for PDF Days Europe 2016 in Berlin!

Our hotel and sightseeing recommendations for those attending PDF Days Europe 2016! [...]


Interview with Bruno Lowagie about PDF Days Europe 2016

iText creator Bruno Lowagie tells us about his plans for the PDF Days Europe 2016 conference in Berlin. [...]

PDF behind the ECM mask

What ECM professionals must know about PDF

For ECM professionals, PDF deserves your attention to maximize utility… and minimize risk. [...]