About this webinar:
When the Portable Document Format (PDF) was introduced in the 1990s, few foresaw the fixed-layout standard being at the centre of so many business processes decades later. Yet, after years of evolution, it is with good reason. With the right software behind it, the PDF enables device and OS-agnostic connectivity and collaboration, allowing stakeholders to avoid cumbersome feedback over email. It also allows businesses to boost productivity and reduce their carbon footprint by moving away from paper-based proofing and contracts (the latter thanks to e-signatures).
In the age of multi-cloud and cloud-based productivity tools, it’s also vital to integrate PDF tools with the infrastructure in which successful digital businesses operate today – reducing friction between the large range of tools the modern office worker must contend with.
Across all of this, cyber security is paramount. The desire to control document access and internal workflows, enforce compliance and avoid shadow IT, takes up huge amounts of senior leadership and IT time. The PDF has a key role to play here.
This research will gauge the extent to which PDFs are integral to the workflows of organisations today, highlight common objections and misconceptions, and explore how businesses can better exploit the PDFs enduring potential. It will also reveal the time, money and carbon savings to be had, and the efficiency gains on offer.
In this Computing webinar in association with Adobe we will find out to what extent the PDFs is an integral tool to the workflows of organisations today, discover what the common objections and misconceptions are, and explore how businesses can better exploit the PDFs enduring potential.
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Senior Solutions Consultant Acrobat and Document CloudView presenter info
With 23 year’s experience working for Adobe, Steve brings a wealth of experience and knowledge.
Currently responsible for pre-sales support for Adobe Acrobat, Document Cloud and Creative Cloud for enterprise, supporting the adoption of Adobe technology solutions with end users and customers alike.
Content Strategist & Research Analyst, Enterprise Technology, ComputingView presenter info
Andrew is an enterprise technology writer, editor, publisher, strategist and consultant; illuminating digital transformation in the connected world and educating businesses on the opportunities and challenges presented by cloud and edge computing, the Internet of Things, automation, AI, and Big Data. He is a former Editor and Publisher of Internet of Business and now oversees Incisive Works’ enterprise technology thought-leadership content creation, including multimedia digital experiences, whitepapers, webinars, videos, and podcasts
Special Projects Editor, ComputingView presenter info
Tom Allen is the Special Projects Editor for Computing, V3 and The Inquirer. He joined Incisive Media in 2017 from the display industry; trading LCDs and quantum dots for big data and the IoT. As well as writing, Tom regularly interviews C-level IT leaders, helps to organise events across the three titles and complains about improper use of the Oxford comma.
Head of IT Operations, National Theatre GroupView presenter info
George Tunnicliffe likes a challenge. With a people centred and personal approach, he has worked in IT across different sectors such as defence, charities, healthcare and in scenarios of rapid growth and transformation. Entering the IT industry with experience from a graphic design and catering background has evolved into people centred approaches to tackling technology objectives for organisations and companies. The creation of a blended team dynamic at it’s core, supported by a hybrid cloud and As-A-Service platform strategy is enabling George’s teams to deliver modern technologies to support digital and technology change strategies at the organisations he has worked in. An advocate for diverse teams and passionate about building the individual, he has focussed on teamwork, collaboration and empowering those individuals to learn and overcome the challenges a modern IT team faces. As well as making sure good humour and friendly personalities are always present to make IT a positive place, he works to ensure IT is a welcoming team for the organisation and to help build a true partnership. Outside the office George keeps it interesting enjoying performance arts as well as by wakeboarding, indoor skydiving, flowboarding, kayaking and anything else that doesn't involve a computer!