GreatResponder.com Adobe and Dropbox Inc. announced a partnership, yesterday, in San Francisco. This partnership will enable the users, whether they are individual or organizations, to work with their documents at home, in their office or while they are travelling. The integration of applications and services of these two leading companies will make the access to the content stored as PDF files faster and flawless because of the cloud storage.
“As the inventor of PDF, Adobe brings over 20 years of experience with secure digital documents, Our work with Dropbox, as our first file sync and share, partner, will help Adobe Document Cloud customers and people around the world be more productive with the documents at the center of their daily lives.” said Kevin M. Lynch, SVP & GM of Adobe Document Cloud at Adobe.
Adobe apps users will get access and take any action on over 18 billion PDF files stored in Dropbox cloud storage, directly from their devices whether it is a mobile or desktop computer. And the Dropbox users can get the same facility of Adobe app directly from the website of the Dropbox.
“At Dropbox, our goal is to simplify the way people work together, our 400 million users want to edit PDF files on-the-go, gather feedback from their team—even collect signatures for a contract—on any device. Partnering with Adobe helps our users work better together.” said Dennis Woodside, Chief Operating Officer at Dropbox.
This integration will help the users of both companies in many ways. The access and sharing of PDF files will become easier. With a few clicks the user can view the file stored on any account of Dropbox and make any changes in the documents. This change will automatically save back to the document stored in the Dropbox. Sharing of documents will become easier; just share the Dropbox link of the document or shared folder.
Any change the user make to the document with Adobe apps using mobile, desktop computer or web it will always synced in Dropbox. User can also open the PDF files from its cloud storage account on Dropbox website and can edit the document, highlight, annotate or add comments to the documents. This integration will enable the users to access, track and sign PDF files stored in Dropbox easily and effectively.
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