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Foxit Software Unveils ConnectedPDF for the Enterprise and New PhantomPDF Version



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Foxit Software, a provider of PDF solutions, has announced ConnectedPDF 2.0 for the enterprise, as well as version 9.0 of its PhantomPDF editor software.

ConnectedPDF offers PDF technology that provides a variety of benefits including document intelligence to allow knowledge workers to understand how readers are using their documents after publication; document security to protect valuable document information that follows the document everywhere it goes; and document collaboration to allow multiple users to be part of a single document review, fostering innovation and enabling all users to see and respond to comments in real-time.

ConnectedPDF 2.0 introduces both single-tenant private cloud and on-premise versions of the solution, with both including integration with enterprise account management systems like Active Directory to provide single sign-on. Available in a multi-tenant cloud version as well, the latest version of Foxit’s technology also includes a variety of other usability enhancements such as Document Share, which allows users to quickly, easily, and securely share information via a file link, social media, or privately to a select group of recipients.

In addition, Foxit has introduced the latest version of its PhantomPDF editing software, which includes PhantomPDF Online bundled with Phantom Business, Standard and Education editions and enables users to access PhantomPDF functionality through a browser from any computing device.

The software is compliant with Section 508 of the federal Workforce Rehabilitation Act requiring access for the disabled. PhantomPDF can also assist authors in generating 508-compliant documents by allowing them to insert tags to determine reading order, set alternative text, check documents for 508 compatibility, and help fix compatibility issues that are discovered.  The solution includes integration with JAWS (Job Access With Speech), the screen reader program for Microsoft Windows that allows blind and visually impaired users to read the screen either with a text-to-speech output or a refreshable Braille display.

It is also compliant with Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS), which are standards developed by the United States federal government for use in computer systems by non-military government agencies and government contractors.

For more information, visit www.foxitsoftware.com

 

 

 


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