Adobe brings PDF support to Windows Phone 7

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Windows Phone 7 now has PDF supportAdobe Systems today introduced the Adobe(R) Acrobat(R) X software family , including a new Adobe Reader X for Windows Phone 7.

The company also announced its new software suite now better integrates with Sharepoint, allowing documents to be checked in and out, and support for Microsoft SCCM and SCUP.  The software now also features Protected Mode, which should help mitigate issues related to software vulnerabilities exploited by specially crafted PDF files.

Bill Rue, chief information officer for HASSELL, notes:

"Using advanced Microsoft SharePoint functionality in Acrobat X, we can seamlessly integrate documents into our workflows, simplifying projects and helping to ensure we have the right people working on the right project, at the right moment."

Support for Windows Phone 7 certainly plugs an important hole in terms of accessibility of frequently used documents in both business and on the internet at large.

Read more about the new software suite at Adobe here.


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