PDF Day 2014 (DC and NY): Session Recordings

In late 2014, over two days in Washington DC and New York City over 20 experts came together to offer high-level educational sessions on PDF technology.

Links to each session recording are provided below:

Introduction: What is PDF, who owns it and why it matters | Leonard Rosenthol & Duff Johnson

The real state of document productivity | Sam Thorpe, Nitro

PDF/A 101 | David van Driessche, Four Pees

I sign therefore I am | Tim Sullivan, ActivePDF

Content Extraction from PDF | Matt Kuznicki

Collaborating with PDF | James Borthwick, PDFTron

5 key steps to a successful document accessibility program | Greg Pisocky, NetCentric Technologies

PDF/A-3: Practical and Powerful | Dietrich von Seggern, callas software

How standards drive business | Bruno Lowagie, iText Software

PDF/UA as a means to Section 508 compliance | Jeff Williams and Shannon Kelly, Actuate

NARA's new transfer guidance | Kevin DeVorsey, NARA

Avoiding pitfalls in transaction documents | Mark Mansoor,

Common criteria for redaction tools | Mark Gavin, Appligent Document Solutions

PDF/UA vs. HTML as an accessibility strategy | Wendy Lockyer, Accessibil-IT

Making document communications accessible | David van Driessche & Dietrich von Seggern

Optimizing transactional output with PDF workflows | Drew Sprague, Solimar Systems

Paper to PDF | Leonard Rosenthol, Adobe Systems

PDF/A in the USA | Stephen Levenson, PDF/A Convenor

ECM and Dark Data | Peter Duff and Roger Beharry Lall, Adlib Software

Panel Sessions

Panel: trends in electronic document procurement | Stephen Levenson, Kevin DeVorsey & Mark Patrick

Panel session on the future of the electronic document | Harvey Spencer, Mark Gross and Peter Duff



Produced by the PDF Association

June 7, 2014


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