How are you going to preserve your electronic information so that you can be sure that the documents will be able to be displayed and read in a reliable format? If by chance you do not know the answer to this question and you are going to be in the Chicago area on Tuesday, September 15, you may want to attend this seminar to find out if PDF/A is right for your organization.
PDF/Archive(PDF/A) is a sustainable file format that is device independent so you don't have to use the same computer, software or operating system to read a PDF/A file as was used to create the file. Each PDF/A file is also self-contained and self-documenting which means that it has all the fonts used to create the document and the metadata identified to describe the document. This means that your document will be displayed just as you intended for it to be displayed when you created it.
Want to know more about PDF/A and how your organization can use it to preserve its electronic documents? AIIM and the PDF/A Competence Center are providing a half day seminar on Tuesday, September 15, 2009 at McCormick Place in Chicago. Join us to learn more about how PDF/A can help you to preserve your electronic documents.
To register to attend this valuable half day seminar, visit http://www.aiim.org/standards/article.aspx?ID=37092 . If you have any questions, please feel free to contact, Betsy Fanning.