Microsoft and Adobe boost partnership

Microsoft is introducing more new integrations to Adobe to make it easier for users to work faster and smarter while keeping security at the core.

Adobe and Microsoft will allow users to digitize their workflow by integrating Adobe Sign into the Microsoft Power platform. This platform allows users to create custom PowerApps that work for the business, and now Adobe Sign can be added into these workflows to make users even more productive.

The strengthened partnership will allow users to close sales faster with an added integration with Microsoft Dynamics that adds Sales Hub access.

Integrating Adobe Sign into this mobile-first sales CRM solution gives you the power to legally send and sign deals, and fully close sales faster, right from your smartphone or tablet.

The new updates improve collabortation with additional features that make it even easier to quickly view, create, edit and collaborate on PDFs.

Without ever leaving favorite Office 365 apps, now users can:

  • Be more productive with PDF tools like Create, Combine and Comment embedded directly within the Office 365 toolbar
  • View and add annotations on PDFs using drawing tools, sticky notes, highlights and markups
  • Convert PDFs into editable Microsoft files from your mobile device or online, while preserving fonts, formatting and layouts
  • Combine multiple file types into a single PDF
  • Accelerate your path to compliance

Microsoft Information Protection (MIP) can now allow users to keep their documents protected wherever they’re stored or opened.

Acrobat DC and Acrobat Reader DC desktop apps on Windows have previously been able to open files protected with MIP, and Microsoft is extending this to the desktop apps on Mac as well.

For more information, about these updates, visit www.adobe.com.

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