Adobe integrates Microsoft Intune into the Acrobat Reader mobile apps

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Adobe Acrobat Reader is a standard PDF reader app available in the market. You can use it to view, edit, sign, and annotate PDF documents. Adobe today announced that it has integrated Microsoft Intune protection directly into the Adobe Acrobat Reader app for iOS and Android. Since the main app now has native Intune protection, the “Acrobat Reader for Intune” app is no longer required. Support for those apps on Android and iOS will end by December 1, 2019. This new Intune integration will allow IT Admins to protect their company data at the app level.

Intune can determine whether you are working on a personal or work document and only applies the company security policies when it senses you are in a work-related document. This gives you the ability to respect personal privacy and secure company data without touching personal data—on a BYOD personal phone for example.

You can download the latest Adobe Reader app from the below links:

Source: Microsoft

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