Box and Microsoft OneDrive Integration Now Available for Acrobat, Acrobat Reader
by Yuko Araki
posted on 05-10-2016
Last month, we announced the latest milestone in our Adobe Document Cloud business, with advances across both Adobe Sign and Acrobat DC—all focused on helping organizations successfully manage their own digital transformations so they can deliver the best experience to customers.
An important part of our focus with this release is continuing to offer you the flexibility to work the way you want where you already work today—essentially, making it easier to access your PDFs wherever they’re stored. For enterprises, Box and Microsoft OneDrive are two important places. That’s why we were excited to introduce new integrations with both.
And today, we’re equally excited to begin putting these capabilities in your hands. Beginning now, users of Acrobat and Acrobat Reader on the desktop can add their Box and OneDrive accounts to start taking advantage of the integration.
Doing so is simple and fast. On the Home screen in Acrobat or Acrobat Reader, just select Add Account in the left-hand pane, and then click Add under the Box and OneDrive icons, which you’ll see listed alongside our existing integrations with Dropbox and Microsoft SharePoint. Enter your cloud service credentials and Sign In.
Once the connection is made, you can access all of your PDF files located in Box and OneDrive, directly from Acrobat or Acrobat Reader. You can view and edit PDF files as you normally do in our apps, and automatically save that work back to your cloud service—ensuring you and your colleagues are always working from the same, synced version.
More to come
Additional integration is on the horizon with Box—including with Adobe Sign—so stay tuned; we’ll be in touch once it arrives! In the meantime, we hope you enjoy what’s rolling out today. Keep in touch and let us know.
Products: Acrobat, Document Cloud, Sign