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In this part of ‘Twenty Years of PDF/X’, Dov Isaacs explores how PDF/X tamed PostScript and its impact on the publishing industry.
This is the first of a four part series of articles examining the path leading to today’s PDF/X standards.
Function as a Service (FaaS) as a relatively new cloud model is also an attractive option in document and output management. But for which processes is FaaS suitable? The advantages and disadvantages need to be weighed up carefully here.
This post provides users with a quick overview of PDF/A explaining what it is, why it should be used, what is important about it and how to create PDF/A files.
This Global Information Governance Day it’s time to focus on how better PDF = better IG. #GIGD
It is essential to understand that with long term storage secure formats does not in themselves prevent user error or data corruption.
In fact, it’s about up-valuing content and documents to intelligent information media. In the final analysis, data is the raw material of any digital transformation – including and especially in document and output management.
PDF Association’s CTO, Peter Wyatt discusses text strings in PDF.
Key performance indicator (KPI) systems must also be strictly oriented to the strategic corporate goals in document and output management – otherwise they remain ineffective.
PDF Association CTO Peter Wyatt explains the transparent imaging model in PDF and recounts its significance since Adobe introduced this technology in 2001.