Acknowledging a "major shift" in the way the working world operates, Adobe announced today the release of two cloud-based tools designed to help people collaborate and manage files across multiple devices.
Adobe SendNow is a service that allows coworkers to share large files with each other and keep track of them via a centralized dashboard.
Adobe is quick to point out that SendNow is by no means revolutionary, as file-sharing tools like DropBox, drop.io and several others have been around for awhile. Adobe's solution is probably a good fit for business customers already using the company's offerings for other needs, and it has the added advantage of basic analytics data for each file, such as who received it and when.
Adobe CreatePDF is a new tool for creating PDF files online. With it, users can create PDF files from Microsoft Office documents, images or combine multiple PDFs into one. The service also includes the ability to generate PDFs from any desktop application with the ability to print files and store those PDF's in the cloud.
Both services start at $9.99 per month and have a free trial available.