Adobe Cloud Adds Dropbox Support

Adobe recently launched Document Cloud and eSign services (it was earlier known as EchoSign). Both the applications did not gain much attention; however, they have become an important part of the company’s business.
Today, Adobe launched a new update for Document Cloud, which includes Dropbox integration along with other features. The Adobe Acrobat DC and Acrobat Reader users can now directly store PDFs directly to the Dropbox. The PDF files can be directly accessed as well as edited from the app.
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Any editing conducted on the stored PDFs is synced automatically to the Dropbox. The changes can be made from the Acrobat mobile app, the web or the desktop.
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Numerous business, small or big has adopted Dropbox for storing their PDF files and documents, and hence, it makes complete sense that Adobe has improved its application, allowing the PDF files to be stored in Dropbox instead of making its users adopt new storage space just for storing PDF files.
Adobe has also come with some new updates for eSign services. They announced a new tool for designing signature.
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The company also announced new partners, which includes Ariba, Salesforce and Workday. They have integrated Adobe’s signature workflow into their applications.
Dan Puterbaugh, Associate General Counsel at Adobe states,
“No one today sits around waiting for a fax machine. They’re working at home, checking in from the airport, or sitting in meetings. If you want a response from someone, fast, you need to contact them electronically. Electronic signatures are simply the most efficient means to do business today.”