Adobe and Microsoft announce new integrations for the trendy workplace


At Microsoft Build, Adobe (Nasdaq: ADBE) is happy to announce the most recent milestone in our partnership with Microsoft to boost how work gets done today. Through new advances in business processes and intelligent automation, we still give our joint customers the foremost modern work experience, centered on technology that enhances teamwork, collaboration, and efficiencies. Our goal is to assist you are doing your best work wherever you’re. Meaning bringing all-in-one, digital experiences to where people already work, like Microsoft.

Expanding our shared vision for the digital-first workplace

Here’s a touch more about the new capabilities that deliver on our common vision for end users, developers, administrators, and IT decision-makers:

• New advances for Acrobat and Acrobat Sign for Teams: We still build upon the Microsoft Teams platform to form the experience of editing, commenting, converting, signing, and collaborating. In Acrobat for Teams, we recently added the convenience of Single Sign-On (SSO) and introduced the private tab — a home page for curating all of your recent documents, tools, and collaboration into one view. These new features also are available in Acrobat Sign for Teams, additionally to enabling signing from a Teams notification. You’ll be able to now exit on a document instantly, without breaking stride to open a browser or app.

• Adobe Acrobat Sign for state FedRAMP Moderate authorization coming soon: Hosted on Microsoft Azure Government Cloud, Acrobat Sign has achieved a replacement government authorization level, FedRAMP Moderate that extends e-signatures to sensitive processes like collecting personal info. The FedRAMP Program may be a U.S. federal government-wide program that gives an even approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services. 

“No two companies are better positioned to satisfy the business imperative of today’s hybrid world — easy and secure digital-first experiences with PDF and e-signatures at the core,” said Ashley Still, SVP/GM of Digital Media, Adobe. “The most wanted priority for each industry leader in streamlining how business is finished with their customers, employees, and partners — wherever there,” said Charles Lamanna, Corporate VP, Business Apps & Platform, and Microsoft. Modern add practice our new hybrid work reality has turbocharged the shift from paper to digital, and nobody can afford to be left behind.

Quite 180 million Microsoft commercial active users including Hitachi, TSB Bank, Clark County, City of Seattle, Sanofi, and Iowa State University have access to Acrobat Sign as a part of their Microsoft workflows. Microsoft has also moved internally to Acrobat Sign, which is that the preferred e-signature solution across its entire portfolio.

What’s next?

Our news at Microsoft Build is a vital milestone for our work together, but there’s rather more to come back. It’s our mission to still innovate together to really make the lives of our joint customers more productive and efficient. Delivering modern experiences is that the way and it’ll still be at the middle of how we work.

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