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Adobe’s Acrobat DC gets better support for digital signatures

With its Creative Cloud, Adobe made an early bet on offering its tools for creatives as a subscription service. With its Document Cloud, the company also offers a subscription-based service for its more enterprise-focused document management tools, too. Acrobat DC, the PDF-centric flagship service of the Document Cloud, is getting an update today that introduces a number of new features
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