Tag: long-term archiving

Digital Signatures – Part 3

After Part 1 (Basics and Legal) and Part 2 (Technical Background) of our articles about digital signatures we want to illustrate the use with webPDF with this third and last part. How does the function in the webPDF portal work? With webPDF, all employees on all end devices can convert any document and then digitally




Video: How can I convert emails to PDF?

In this video tutorial you can see how to convert e-mails in Outlook (MSG) or MIME (EML) format to PDF using webPDF. Text formatting and graphic elements are retained. You can convert your emails into a PDF so that the message is displayed exactly as the email client displays it. Watch the video to see




What is Hybrid Archiving? Addition to PDF/A-3

Small addition to our PDF series: PDF/A – The format of the future – Part 1: PDF/A-1 PDF/A – The format of the future – Part 2: PDF/A-2 and PDF/A – The format of the future – Part 3: PDF/A-3 As the PDF Association reports, the third standard part of PDF/A now offers the possibility




PDF/A – The format of the future – Part 3: PDF/A-3

The third part of our series on PDF/A deals with the PDF/A-3 format, which is the current standard for archiving and e-bills. However, this does not mean that the PDF/A-1 or PDF/A-2 formats are no longer valid or should no longer be used. Depending on the intended use, the PDF formats used so far may




Implementing long-term archiving: PDF/a directly from SAP

Many companies use SAP software to manage their documents. In this way, it is possible to create efficient structures even with large amounts of data. However, if it is necessary to archive the files for a long time, some problems may occur. webPDF offers a conversion software that also offers a suitable solution for this




PDF/A-3: more features and conforms with ISO

PDF/A-3 brings new features and possibilities ISO officially published the third part of the PDF/A long-term archiving format in late 2012. PDF/A-3 not only retains the fundamental idea of enabling reliable archiving over long periods of time, but was enhanced by the addition of a container function. What’s new? Unlike the previous PDF/A-2 version, this




PDF/A and ISO 32000-2

Reliable long-term archiving is one of the great challenges of digital correspondence. With PDF 2.0, which is subject to the strict guidelines of ISO, this is easier to manage. Adobe Systems Portable Document Format (PDF) has been on the market since 1993 and has quickly become the standardization format of the digital world. Over the




Long-term archiving: a good read about PDF/A

What’s the deal with PDF/A? Originally designated PDF/A-1, this standardized version of the conventional PDF format was established as the international standard ISO 19005-1 in late 2005 and has been available as an ISO standard in its extended versions PDF/A-2 and PDF/A-3 since July 2011 and October 2012 respectively. Since that time, and for a




PDF Association: ten myths about PDF/A

A good read: PDF Association clears the air For many businesses, the PDF/A format provides the ideal basis for long-term archiving that is as uncomplicated as it is secure. Originally designated PDF/A-1, this standardized version of the conventional PDF format was established as the international standard ISO 19005-1 in late 2005 and has been available




Long-term archiving with PDF/A

Reliable and durable reproduction together with a recognized level of legal and audit compliance are indispensable features for the long-term preservation and archiving of electronic documents. The PDF/A format provides the legal certainty you need for long-term archiving and is one reason why it has been an ISO standard since 2005. The format has been