Evernote Business llega a la Argentina – @iprofesional


La herramienta para pequeñas y medianas empresas…

 De esta manera, los empleados de una misma empresa podrán capturar y recordar información importante, descubrir temas que sus compañeros de trabajo ya conocían, optimizando el tiempo y eliminando la brecha del conocimiento.

Más de dos tercios de los 50 millones de usuarios de Evernote en todo el mundo ya vienen usando la aplicación para aumentar la productividad de su trabajo diario y el 70% de sus usuarios está ubicado fuera de Estados Unidos.

Según consignó Infobae, el servicio permite crear hasta 2 GB de contenido por mes en las Libretas Personales. Además, la empresa recibe 2 GB adicionales mensuales para cada usuario que está compartido en todas las Libretas de Negocios.

Evernote Business se encuentra disponible para Mac, iOS, Android y Windows. Su costo es deu$s10 por mes y se abona con tarjeta de crédito o factura. Los usuarios pueden registrarse en la página de Evernote.

Google Keep vs. OneNote vs. Evernote – Thnxz to Tony Bradley @bradleystrategy


 

Google shook things up last week when it dusted off its old Notebook service and relaunched it as Keep. Google’s new software muscles in on the space currently dominated by Microsoft OneNote and Evernote, two note-taking apps that save your text, Web links, photos, audio recordings, and more, helping to keep your life organized.

Think of these tools as sticky notes on steroids. They’re great for managing day-to-day errands and stashing rich media content, but also exceptional for organizing tasks at work.

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Whether you’re about to start using a note-taking app or are considering defecting from your current choice, you must first think about the features you need most. One app may excel at OCR support and another might be best for anywhere access, while a third may be ideal for content sharing within a team. To help you make an informed decision, here’s a closer look at how Google Keep, Microsoft OneNote, and Evernote stack up in a variety of categories.

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Keep on Android

Google Keep is available online and via an Android app. Both iterations are free. OneNote and Evernote have Web and app elements that you can use for free, plus paid premium editions.

OneNote is available as part of a Microsoft Office 365 subscription, starting at $100 per year per home user. It also comes bundled within Office desktop suites starting at $140. As a stand-alone product, OneNote 2013 costs $70. You can use OneNote for free as a Web app through Microsoft SkyDrive, and on Windows Phone, Android, or iOS. The Office version provides additional features, such as the ability to clip screenshots or “print” documents directly to OneNote.

Evernote is free for up to 60MB per month of data. The data cap of the Premium upgrade ($5 per month or $45 per year) jumps to 1GB of bandwidth each month. You also get faster performance, better security, and deeper search capabilities. Evernote for Business gives IT admins oversight and control, with additional collaboration options, for $120 per user per year.

Winner: All three note-taking platforms have free options, so we can’t ding any of the contenders for being overpriced. That said, Evernote’s paid versions offer greater functionality through apps and add-ons.

Full aricle here! 🙂

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Google Keep or Evernote? – @google


Save what’s on your mind and remember anything you need wherever you are. With Google Keep, stay on top of your world by quickly accessing and organizing the information you want. Enter a note with your voice, add a photo, or just type a list. All your notes are instantly saved across your devices.

Do More Faster: 10 Best Apps & Tools


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Five-time entrepreneur Frank Addante lists the digital gems that help him be organized and save time.

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1.  Organize your email: Sanebox

Sanebox uses algorithms to organize your email into what’s important and what’s not. I was skeptical and had trouble giving up control of my inbox, but now I’m hooked.

Tips: Trust it. Check @SaneLater twice a day, @SaneBulk whenever you feel like reading newsletters or promotions, and @SaneBlackHole for all the junk you never want to see again.

2.  Keep track of all your notes: Evernote 

Evernote stores your notes in the cloud, so you can access them from any computer or mobile device.

Tips: Use Evernote for both business and personal reasons. I take all of my business meeting notes directly in Evernote and scan or fax documents to Evernote that I want to keep. On the personal side, I take photos of wine that I like and store them in a notebook called Favorite Wines and keep copies of all critical identification (like my driver’s license, passport, and insurance papers) in a notebook called Wallet.

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3.  Store your documents in the cloud: Dropbox  >>

Securely file away your digital documents in the cloud, so you can find and work on them from any computer or mobile device later.

Tips: I created two Dropbox folders–~Working Drafts and ~To File–and put them on my Mac in my Finder Favorites and on my Dock. I set the default sort order to be by Date Modified. This way, my most recent documents show up at the top of the list, and I can quickly drag or find documents there. I use ~Working Drafts as if it’s my desktop and never actually store anything on my computer desktop. When I’m finished with a document, I drag it to ~To File, and every once in a while, I go into the folder to organize folders that make more sense long term. Note: I include the tilde (~) in the filenames so that, when sorted alphabetically, these folders always show up at the top.

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4.  Prioritize your to-do list: Action Method

It’s an online app that helps you organize to-do lists and track and delegate tasks.

Tips: Use Action Method’s three color codes to set your priorities. Use orange for tasks that must be done on the scheduled day, blue for tasks that should be done that day but can push a day if necessary, and grey for tasks that you’d like to get done that day but will push if there are other deadlines. I follow the same color code in my calendar. The website is great, but definitely download–and set to open at login–the desktop, iPad, and mobile apps. Start every “to-do” item with an “action” word. The only negative about the Web application is that it can’t be used offline. I use either the iPad or iPhone app while on a plane and sometimes will print a PDF of my to-dos before I take off and leave it on my desktop.

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5.  Assemble your travel plans: TripIt

TripIt files all your itineraries in one place. You can even have it automatically send your itineraries to your significant other, kids, or always-worried mom. The Pro version alerts you of flight delays and gate changes.

Tips: Download the mobile app and put it on your home screen. Create a contact for plans@tripit.com and forward all itineraries to that contact.

Download App: iPhone Android

6.  Automatically transcribe your voice-mail messages: YouMail

This voice-mail service transcribes your voice-mail messages and sends them to you by email or text (or both). The mobile app makes it easy to view, listen, read, and forward your voice mails.

Download App: iPhone Android

7.  Consolidate your social network accounts: HootSuite 

This website allows you to use Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Yammer, and others all from one place.

Tips: I tend to have pockets of time when I can read and post on social media. Try HootSuite’s new “auto schedule” feature, so you can spread out your posts and don’t flood your networks with many in a row.

Download App: iPhone Android

8.  Communicate in real time with your whole team: Yammer

Yammer is like a private Twitter stream just for your company.

Tips: Get everyone in your company to sign up, and then use it as your main means of communicating information. This way, everyone will adapt to Yammer, because no one wants to miss out. Allow employees to post things that are “business” material and “fun” material. The fun material makes it more entertaining, and, in turn, the business material is more likely to be read.

Download App: iPhone Android

9.  Stay fit: miCoach

Exercise keeps your mind sharp. The miCoach iPhone app acts like your personal trainer. I lost 20 pounds using it at home and while on the road.

Tips: Set up your workouts in advance. I selected Get Lean for running and Get Fit for gym workouts. Buy the heart-rate monitor and stride sensor; it’s worth it. What gets measured gets done.

Download App: iPhone Android

10.  Sleep better: iSleep

It’s important to get a good night’s rest. If you’re like me, your mind is constantly racing, and the day’s work never ends. The iSleep meditation app helps you fall asleep and stay asleep. It’s particularly helpful when you have jet lag or can’t fall asleep. I use the Deep Sleep playlist at the end of a long, stressful day.

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Wasting Time on Productivity


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Wasting Time On Productivity - Brass Tack ThinkingFor the most part, we all really think we’re busy, and that our work is important.Ask anyone you know how they are, and their likely response: “Busy!” I’ve been guilty myself.We talk about slaying the inbox dragon and achieving “inbox zero” (which is a terrible objective, incidentally, but that’s a different discussion). We scramble for the latest productivity apps, shortcuts, or new-shiny methods, lamenting how over-communicated and over-connected we are all the time and hungry for something, anything to help us feel less overwhelmed. We tweet about it and Facebook about it, sharing our busy with everyone so they know we’redoing a lot of stuff.To an extent our overwhelm is a product of our environment, but mostly it’s a monster of our own making. Too often, what we’re really doing is focusing on our “busyness” because we feel desperately powerless over the actual things we need to achieve or get done, or we’ve no idea where to start and we think that being more “efficient” is the answer. Leer más “Wasting Time on Productivity”

La evolución de los Social Media: Del Long Form al Push Button y la Curación Social de Contenidos

Cómo han ido evolucionando los medios sociales hacia una reducción del contenido y la aparición de la curación social de contenidos, hasta llegar a las Colecciones de Contenidos Curados recientemente introducidas porPinterest.

Lo más llamativo en la evolución de los medios sociales durante la última década ha sido la tendencia hacia la reducción de tamaño del contenido, de los largos posts publicados en los blogs a la facilidad de dar a un botón y no tener que escribir ni una sola palabra: del long form al push button.

Del contenido largo, que tiene una baja tasa de participación, tanto en la producción como en el consumo del mismo, hacia una simplificación cada vez mayor de los requerimientos del usuario para que participe, gracias a la popularización de la Curación Social de Contenidos o “Social Content Curation”, una de las grandes tendencias para 2012.


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Cómo han ido evolucionando los medios sociales hacia una reducción del contenido y la aparición de la curación social de contenidos, hasta llegar a las Colecciones de Contenidos Curados recientemente introducidas porPinterest.


Lo más llamativo en la evolución de los medios sociales durante la última década ha sido la tendencia hacia la reducción de tamaño del contenido, de los largos posts publicados en los blogs a la facilidad de dar a un botón y no tener que escribir ni una sola palabra: del long form al push button.

Del contenido largo, que tiene una baja tasa de participación, tanto en la producción como en el consumo del mismo, hacia una simplificación cada vez mayor de los requerimientos del usuario para que participe, gracias a la popularización de la Curación Social de Contenidos o “Social Content Curation”, una de las grandes tendencias para 2012.

El proceso lo explica detalladamente Elad Gil en su post “How Pinterest Will Transform the Web in 2012: Social Content Curation As The Next Big Thing”, que intento resumir aquí… Leer más “La evolución de los Social Media: Del Long Form al Push Button y la Curación Social de Contenidos”