I did a webinar/demo of the entire product. You can view it here: http://adobechats.adobeconnect.com/p3kcafltksj/
We also have a tutorial page that shows videos of most of the paid for features: https://www.acrobat.com/formscentral/en/tutorials.html
If you are interested in the PayPal integration I created a special forum just for it here: http://forums.adobe.com/community/formscentral/payments
If those are not sufficient send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your contact info. We can setup a meeting and I can go over the product with your team and answer questions.
The Demo was exactly what I needed, thank you.
One quick questions. When we use a form on forms central (like an application). How do we know that the information being submitted from Adobe to our email is secure? We are a secure company and a lot of info collected will be for clearance/security info. We need to make sure that the info coming from Adobe to our email is secure.
Security & Recruiting Specialist
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Email is never secure. If you want to keep the data secure you should access it from the server (response table), and not email. All of the communication through the web browser are protected with SSL, email doesn't have that protection.
Can you advise: If a user is completing a PDF questionnaire (Forms Plus) which is embedded in our website, is there any way they can print their data off before they submit securely to the server? (It would be really helpful to have a function in there that allows users to do this, or save a copy).
If not, if we select for them to have the 'data' they have submitted attached and sent back to them with their submission receipt/acknowledgement email (automated by Adobe server), is their data securely transmitted to their email address from Adobe?
We are planning to use Adobe Central to collect sensitive data, so need to put in safeguards if this is not secure.
Sorry, respondents currently cannot save/print their submission.
The data is put into the body of the email message. As I mentioned above email really isn't secure.