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Crocodoc’s new cloud-based document service abolishes the need for desktop apps

Nitro Raises $3.5 Million to Take On Adobe Acrobat

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In 2005, Nitro PDF set out to make documents smarter, launching an Adobe Acrobat alternative that’s free and simplified. The idea was to use intuitive features, a freemium model, and a paradoxically badass name to do documents better than the reining prince of PDFs. Seven years later and Nitro’s products are...
Nitro Raises $3.5 Million to Take On Adobe Acrobat

Review: Adobe Acrobat XI Pro advances the paperless office concept, but also highlights obstacles

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In addition to being a lethal enemy of trees, paper is the enemy of businesses' productivity, according to Adobe. Adobe's new Acrobat XI Pro portable document format software aims to do both parties a favor by making it easier to work without using paper. Of course, the trees are...
Review: Adobe Acrobat XI Pro advances the paperless office concept, but also highlights obstacles

Anderson Seafood Finds A Recipe For Success With UPS Logistics

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This post brought to you by UPS. What does UPS have to do with seafood? Quite a bit, at least when it comes to Anderson Seafood. For the last 30+ years, the California-based company has been supplying high-quality seafood to their local Anaheim market. In the early days of...
Anderson Seafood Finds A Recipe For Success With UPS Logistics

Crocodoc Sets Its Sights On Adobe Acrobat With New Update

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Last month we wrote about Crocodoc, a new Y Combinator-funded company that makes it very easy to upload a text document or PowerPoint deck and mark it up online to share with your colleagues. Unfortunately, it was also pretty bare boned — you couldn’t even save your edited document to your...
Crocodoc Sets Its Sights On Adobe Acrobat With New Update

Adobe bolsters security in Reader, Acrobat XI with added features

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The recently launched Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat XI come with new security features and an improved sandbox that will make the products harder to attack and exploit, according to Adobe. The sandboxing feature known as the Protected Mode that was first introduced in Adobe Reader X proved successful...
Adobe bolsters security in Reader, Acrobat XI with added features

Adobe releases critical security updates for Reader, Flash Player and ColdFusion

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Adobe has released scheduled security updates for its Reader, Acrobat, Flash Player and ColdFusion products on Tuesday in order to fix many critical vulnerabilities, including one that is already actively exploited by attackers.The Adobe Reader and Acrobat updates include fixes for 27 vulnerabilities, 24 of which could lead to...
Adobe releases critical security updates for Reader, Flash Player and ColdFusion

5 Simple Tools for a Paperless Office

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This post originally appeared on the American Express OPEN Forum, where Mashable regularly contributes articles about leveraging social media and technology in small business.Despite living in the age of e-mail, wireless networks, smartphones, and tablets, many small businesses are still beholden to paper. There are a variety of reasons...
5 Simple Tools for a Paperless Office
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Review: Nitro Pro 8 gives Adobe Acrobat XI a run for its money

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And now in this corner, the scrappy competitor: Nitro Pro 8, a PDF application that costs just $120. In the other corner hulks Adobe Acrobat XI Pro, the reigning champion of PDF. Many PDF applications have challenged the champion; is Nitro Pro 8 the one to pull off the...
Review: Nitro Pro 8 gives Adobe Acrobat XI a run for its money

Study: PDF May Be Creating More Paperwork Than It Saves

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In 2008, a UK-based Adobe Acrobat engineer remarked, "I believe in striving to minimize the use of paper, but I do believe that we will probably never reach a position where paper is eliminated from our workplaces." This morning, his predictions were clearly confirmed by a study published by the...
Study: PDF May Be Creating More Paperwork Than It Saves
Adobe working on fix for 'critical' vulnerability in Reader and Acrobat
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Adobe patches critical flaws in Flash, Reader, and Acrobat

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Today is the second Tuesday of January--which makes it the first Patch Tuesday of 2013. Adobe is addressing a few critical vulnerabilities in its software as well this Patch Tuesday. Adobe issued two Security Bulletins. The first, APSB13-01, is for Adobe Flash. The bulletin states that versions of Adobe...
Adobe patches critical flaws in Flash, Reader, and Acrobat

Social Fortress Wants To Protect Us From Our Drunken Facebook Posts

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Social Fortress cofounder Adam Ghetti wants to protect us all from our social-media-loving selves. His company, which launched at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference today in San Francisco, makes it so that no matter how you communicate--Facebook, Gmail, Google+, or Twitter--your stuff can never be seen by anyone but the intended...
Social Fortress Wants To Protect Us From Our Drunken Facebook Posts

Adobe bolsters Reader, Acrobat XI security

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The recently launched Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat XI come with new security features and an improved sandbox that will make the products harder to attack and exploit....
Adobe bolsters Reader, Acrobat XI security

Adobe now allows you to edit and share PDF files easily with Acrobat XI

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Adobe has begun shipping its newest collaboration solution. Adobe Acrobat XI is the latest version of the PDF creator/reader and comes with Cloud service that enables any user to “handle the most complex document challenges”. With features like being able to edit PDF files, export them to Microsoft PowerPoint, touch-friendly...
Adobe now allows you to edit and share PDF files easily with Acrobat XI

Gmail adds support for search inside message attachments

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If you use Google's webmail service, Gmail, you can now search attachments in your e-mail messages that are in formats from popular programs, such as Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Office, and others. To perform an attachment search, you need to type into the search bar the statement has:attachment and your...
Gmail adds support for search inside message attachments

Adobe updates Reader and Acrobat to patch vulnerabilities being exploited in the wild: Download now

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Adobe on Wednesday released a security bulletin addressing a vulnerability in its Reader and Acrobat products discovered and being exploited exactly a week ago. The vulnerability in question could cause a crash of either and software and potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system. If you’re...
Adobe updates Reader and Acrobat to patch vulnerabilities being exploited in the wild: Download now

How to edit PDFs in Word 2013

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Word 2013 brings a fair number of new featuresto the word-processing table, but one of the most welcome (and business-friendly) by far is the ability to edit PDFs. Previously, that capability would require Adobe Acrobat X Pro or some other pricey utility. That's because a PDF is technically an...
How to edit PDFs in Word 2013

A Laptop for Students

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Q: I am a college student in the market for a non-clunky laptop. I have a pretty limited budget, $500 or less. I will be using it primarily for research and writing Word documents for school. I’m not into editing videos or pictures or downloading games and such but I...
A Laptop for Students

DEMO’s coming – Last chance to apply

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DEMO Spring 2012 is just under seven-weeks away (April 17-19 in Santa Clara, CA), and this is your last chance to get in on the action. If you’re working on the next big idea, and about ready to take your company to the next level, we want you on stage...
DEMO’s coming – Last chance to apply
After record quarter, CloudOn brings mobile productivity to Android smartphones
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