I have written articles about Adobe's ever-growing Cloud which started with an application called Buzzword. Adobe then added Presentations and then Tables.
Most of us are not tied to just one computer. It's likely that you use multiple devices throughout the day (a PC or two, a smartphone). It just doesn't make sense to have your valuable files sitting exclusively on just one of your devices. At some point you will need to access a specific file from more than one device. This is exactly why cloud computing is so valuable, and increasingly more necessary.
If you've ever tried to email someone a large attachment, you have probably run into email attachment size limitations. How then can you send a 15 megabyte email attachment? You'll love Adobe's new cloud-based SendNow service! If you already have an Acrobat.com account, you can log in and begin using SendNow immediately.
To use the SendNow feature, simply click Select File to locate your file. Type the email address of your intended recipient, jot a note to accompany the file and then click Send Now.
Your file will be uploaded into Acrobat.com and scanned for viruses. An email is then sent to your intended recipient, and they can then download the file from the SendNow server.
The SendNow service is multi-tiered, and pricing is very reasonable, considering that it offers a method of sending files (up to 2 Gigabytes in the Plus pricing, and 20 Gigabytes of online storage) from any machine TO any machine. There's a less expensive Basic plan, and heck--I'm using it for free to write this article and test it out!
Here's where I get to tie it in perfectly with Acrobat itself. In the soon-to-be-released Acrobat X, you can use the Share panel and send a file using SendNow. Easy, and awesome!
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