As reported last week on CNBC and in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and many more US media outlets, the US Senate passed a bill for the largest infusion of public spending into infrastructure in more than a decade, which will provide billions to state and local government for a variety of technology projects addressing broadband expansion, urban tech, charging infrastructure and more.
iText was also named a runner-up in the “Low-Code Document Management Software Product of the Year” category with iText DITO, signifying iText’s recognition as an industry leader in the document management sector.
We are excited to announce the public release of iText DITO 2.2, our collaborative, data-driven and template-based PDF generator. We have continued to improve upon the changes iText DITO 2.1 brought by further integrating the iText DITO Manager with the Editor, adding native support for deployment to Kubernetes environments, and containers can run now as non-root!
Not so long ago, the only options for businesses and public authorities to store documents for the long term in a reproducible format were physical media such as paper, microfilms, and microfiches. In today's digital world, the widespread PDF/A format is the go-to solution for digital archiving of documents. In this article we'll explain why, talk about how you can create PDF/A and give some archiving tips.
Integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) is rapidly becoming a fundamental component of enterprise technology stacks. And it makes total sense. IT organizations worldwide are dealing with an increasing number of software systems. And that creates a lot of fragmentation and complexity, especially when those systems need to be connected together or data needs to be shared between them.
Cyber security has become the main topic of discussion in the past year. More and more major organizations have been hit by security breaches. It is important to note that it is not always due to the code that they implement and create themselves. It is more due to not having the practices in place to make sure they are using third-party code that is safe and secure.
With this new release, we’re pleased to announce a number of new features. You can now create automated charts and graphs in iText DITO templates, have more control over conditional content in templates, and more!
iText DITO expands into Cloud Infrastructure and Platform Services (CIPS), furthering its mission to deliver a highly-performant solution for organizations to intelligently manage information, while also reducing developer workload.
An important new release of our PDF library which sees the introduction of pdfOffice: an add-on to iText 7 that enables high-fidelity conversion of Microsoft Office documents into iText-quality PDFs. We’ve also made improvements to Core’s SVG support, digital signatures, and the parsing of metadata, plus many more add-on specific enhancements.
In May 2021, a group of researchers at the Ruhr University Bochum (RUB) published an IEEE symposium paper on problems with certification signatures in PDF. The authors’ findings are summarized on the PDF Insecurity website. Since iText’s products are often used as part of digital signing workflows (including to create certification signatures), we felt compelled to comment. In this blog post, we’ll take you through some background on these new attacks, and explain what you can do about them.
With the level of digitalization in document workflows taking a steep rise over the last year, an increasing number of companies are seeking a performant and automated solution for optimizing PDFs in high volumes. In this blog we are going to take a look at this challenge and provide a programmatical solution in Java and C# (.NET), and more importantly how it can save you time and resources.
When a crisis hits, new processes rapidly come into effect to improve or handle the challenging situation. And anyone who talks or thinks about processes will most likely need to consider the scale of documents, certificates, control and permissions which will be needed.