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Mere publication of a specification doesnt make a standard: it takes a community. Of course, it also helps if the customers like the product, and use it more and more.
Who would have thought: PDF companies are hot! On October 8, iText Software was chosen as Most Promising Company of 2014 by BelCham (The Belgian Chamber of Commerce) at their annual gala on October 8, 2014 in NYC. iText was nominated in …
Government requirements for electronic documents include considerations most businesses don’t need to address. From long-term archivability to accessibility, authenticity, redaction and more, government organizations think about documents a little differently.
Traditionally a scanner produces a TIFF or JPEG image for each page. Some of them can directly produce PDF files. And newer devices produce files conforming to the PDF/A standard. However, the quality of the produced files differ significantly. Why …
At PDF Day in Washington DC and New York City, CIOs will get the information they need about PDF/A-3, the powerful subset of PDF with the potential to shorten payment cycles, reduce administrative costs and enable new means of collaboration.
axaio software, developer of solutions for PDF creation, printing and content correction workflows for the publishing and printing markets, announces the compatibility with Adobes latest Creative Cloud 2014.
PDF Day brings CIOs together to learn how PDF support for digital signatures, automated invoicing, online collaboration and accessibility take the format far beyond a faithful rendition of a printable page. PDF is familiar, but also, woefully underutilized.
Foxit PhantomPDF Creates and Validates PDF/A, /E, and /X Documents Berlin, Germany October 14, 2014 callas software today announced that Foxit® Software, a leading software provider of fast, affordable, and secure PDF solutions, integrates PDF/A, /E, and /X …
Fundamentally, PDF/A is all about reducing risks. Learn more about the archival subset of the world’s chosen electronic document format at PDF Day in Washington DC and New York City.
This year’s JavaOne show in San Francisco sported (at least) four members of the PDF Association. Mark Stephens offers his impressions of the premiere event for Java developers.