You can try to explore the GEOPDF function within ArcGIS. You can access the functionality by Selecting File>Export then select "PDF" as your Save As Type. Click the Advanced Tab and select "Export PDF Layers and Feature Attributes". See Image below for presets.
In order to access the content in the PDF: First you will need to open the area that the attribute data will display in. In order to do that click the "Page Thumbnails" icon on the left side of the window (see image two below). Then you will need to make use of the 'identify' tool To do so: Select Edit>Analysis>Object Data Tool. Click on the feature you would like information about by using the cross hairs of the object data tool. The tabular information will populate in the Thumbnail window (see image 3 below).
In order to access the Hyperlink you would have a field that is populated as a hyperlink. Then have the users select the link in the Model Tree window of Adobe. For example, in the Identify Tool Image, you can replace Surrey Street with a hyperlink and then it will become an active directory link.
**Caveat - this tool is very restrictive if you have a lot of content it will most likely crash every time. I would say a good best practice is to reduce the content to the minimum requirements. But fiddle with it as it may react differently on your machine.