Monthly Archives: March 2018

Keeping forms and their data secure

For many people, forms are simply a part of everyday business. Requisitions come, contracts get signed, applications get filled out, end of story. But for those of us who create those forms and rely on collecting the information they contain ...

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Only Foxit MobilePDF reflows content in dynamic forms so mobile users get the same benefits

by Scott Nguyen, Integrated Sales and Support PDF currently supports two different forms for integrating data—AcroForms and XFA forms. Acroforms are the original PDF-based fillable forms, based on the PDF architecture. XFA (XML Forms Architecture) forms are XML-based forms, wrapped ...

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Law Firms: How Are You Getting That Data Into Your Big Data Model?

The legal industry is flooded with lots of data, and effective information management is key to the success of any law firm looking to build a successful big data model. After surveying lawyers in the United States, Purdue University found ...

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AcroForms vs. XFA: Which is the winner?

Multiple methods are available for converting paper forms to PDF. The million-dollar question is which is best. The two primary and consumer-trusted methods are AcroForms and XFA. Is one of these solutions better than the other? How are they ...

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