Adobe wants to address the challenging nature of hybrid work – and has partnered with Microsoft to do just that.
In Microsoft Build 2022, Software House unveiled new integrations between some of its most popular tools, including Microsoft teams, Power Automat, Frame.io and Adobe owns. PDF editors.
As Microsoft and Adobe have a long-standing partnership, the revelation will further enhance the relationship between the two companies. Business software To provide “the most up-to-date work experience focused on technology that enhances teamwork, collaboration and capabilities”. Now, companies want to create “all-in-one, digital experiences where people like Microsoft already work.”
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Acrobat + Teams
Adobe promises to make it even easier to read, quote, modify and sign Acrobat Documents Microsoft teams. Acrobat has already added a single sign-on for teams – secure Identity management tool – and introduced a personalized homepage for easy file access. These features are now also available for teams in Acrobat Sign, allowing users to quickly sign documents by team notification without interrupting their workflow.
Frame.io + live sharing
Frame.io, video review and Online collaborative tool, Adobe has seen a lot of integration since it bought the business last year. So, it’s not surprising that Microsoft’s own real-time collaborator integrates Adobe software with LiveShare. While technically a proof-of-concept piece, the preview shows how Frame.io can sync and streamline video editing reviews in the Microsoft app.
Acrobat + Perview Information Protection
As sensitive data flows across all businesses, compliance with global data protection laws such as GDPR and CCPA is mandatory. Microsoft’s Preview Information Protection already allows businesses to track and store confidential information. Now, Adobe Acrobat allows you to easily add Purview data protection to PDFs, so only authorized users can manage and approve the content.
Adobe + Power Automatic
The Document management Software House Power has announced two integrations with Automate – Microsoft Automation system For changing manual processes. Power Automat is now available directly in Acrobat Sign, allowing you to automate workflows and audit e-signatures. Adobe Experience Manager forms can, at the same time, connect to Power Automatic to complete actions automatically.
Sign + Search
No more switching between apps to check signature status. Users can now search Microsoft 365 For contract work, saving time on sections and work processes.
To allow these new integrations to be seamlessly rolled out, IT teams can now package Acrobat and Acrobat sign-in add-ons to Microsoft. Office softwareIncluding Word and Outlook.
“Through the deep connections between Adobe and Microsoft that we announced today, we continue to innovate to increase today’s active and rapidly growing workforce,” said Ashley Still, SVP of Adobe’s Digital Media.
Charles Lamanna, Corporate VP, Business Apps & Platform at Microsoft, agreed that the two companies believe that “Power Automate and Acrobat Sign provide capabilities in advanced workflows that provide a better way for our joint customers to do things”.
And Adobe promises more to come – including FedRAMP moderate authorization for government officials, “extending e-signatures to highly sensitive processes.”