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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.
PDF Day in New York is 18 fast-paced educational sessions packed with non-commercial information for IT executives on a range of PDF technology related topics.
PDF Day in Washington DC is 18 fast-paced educational sessions packed with non-commercial information for IT executives on a range of PDF technology related topics.
The PDF Association today announced the appointment of the organization’s Vice Chairman to the role of Executive Director.
Mail-Gard, a division of IWCO Direct, is one of the nations leading providers of print-to-mail continuity and recovery services. With locations in Pennsylvania and Minnesota, Mail-Gard maintains fully-secured and dedicated recovery facilities that support cut sheet, continuous form, duplex, MICR …
j2 Global® is a leading cloud services company that improves business performance and efficiency for millions of customers worldwide. j2 provides essential business tools such as online faxing, unified communications, hosted email services, email marketing, virtual phones systems and online …
A PDF/A document requires that all resources such as fonts, color profiles, etc. must be embedded in the file. The archiving of transactional documents can be nightmare because such documents are usually short by nature and contain huge number of …
A 5 minute survey providing insight into the way people think about electronic documents vs. documents on paper. The questions invite the user to reflect on how they use (or don’t use) electronic documents to get things done.
The PDF Day events in Washington DC and New York City offer executives and managers high-level, non-commercial information to improve their understanding of how PDF fits into their technology infrastructure, and what they could do to further leverage it.