Adobe Announces Acrobat Reader for Microsoft Intune
by John Cristofano
posted on 11-17-2015
Since we introduced Adobe Document Cloud earlier this year, we’ve been focused on advancing our goal of modernizing how people and organizations get work done with documents. And, a crucial part of that effort is making sure they can do so efficiently, easily and securely from anywhere on mobile devices.
Today, we’re excited to announce more progress on this front—a new version of Acrobat Reader mobile for Microsoft Intune, which is part of the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite. In fact, Reader mobile is one of the first mobile apps in the world to natively support Microsoft Intune’s mobile application management capabilities.
For our customers, this means they can now manage Acrobat Reader mobile through its lifecycle in an environment managed by Intune. It equals more flexibility and control for IT professionals, and a simple way for employees to be sure they’re using a corporate-approved app, and in a way that complies with their company’s policies.
Jon Perera, our VP of product management for Document Cloud, took a deeper look at the news in his blog post today.
Products: Acrobat, Document Cloud