Monthly Archives: June 2018

Why you never need to scan black-and-white again

Today, many people still scan their documents to image files such as TIFF, JPEGs, PNG and/or BMP. If you do the same, that means you’re creating a picture of your document that has nothing more to offer other than a ...

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Delivering the PDF SDK of the future

by Nicolas Derico, Marketing Manager, SDK PDF has become a quintessential part of all the applications we use daily, both in the office and in our day to day life. At the same time, users expect technology to adapt to ...

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How Can Government Agencies Improve Collaboration?

Hello, I’m George Gao, chief executive officer at Foxit Software and, in this Blog post, I’m going to look at ways for state and local governments to enhance collaboration. In my opinion, no one faces a tougher challenge when it ...

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PDF standards not all mutually exclusive

PDF is available in various iterations that include PDF/A, PDF/UA, PDF/X, PDF/E, and PDF/VT, all of which fall under ISO standards. Each type serves a different function to fulfill various industry-specific needs. The various formats, though, are not mutually exclusive. ...

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Digital transformation needs a new style of information protection

Digital transformation is evolving at a rapid rate, introducing new, faster, more efficient tools that lead to better customer service and user experience. But this digital evolution also means it’s faster than ever for data to be shared outside of ...

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