Adobe is bringing its document handling software to the cloud as well

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Adobe is continuing its transition to the cloud with a new service called Document Cloud. Similar to how Creative Cloud Suite brought the company’s creative software to the cloud, Adobe is using Document Cloud to create a cloud-based hub for handling various types of documents and will be releasing this new service within a few weeks. 

Adobe is taking its document strategy to the cloud with its latest service. Taking the same approach as its Creative Cloud Suite of apps for creators, Adobe is revealing its new Document Cloud service alongside two new apps for iOS: Acrobat Mobile and Fill & Sign. The new service aims to make handling PDFs and other documents much more flexible, and the new iOS apps can bring paper documents into the Adobe Document Cloud for work on the go. Adobe says Acrobat DC, which will offer free digital e-signing of PDFs, is the key to its Document Cloud service. The iPad version of Adobe DC can be seen above. The mobile app features an intuitive interface for selecting actions for managing and sending PDF documents from a mobile device.

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