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.

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Microsoft Office 365, nueva herramienta para universitarios

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Microsoft Office 365  es un servicio de suscripción que incluye aplicaciones de Microsoft para crear y editar documentos, así como espacio de almacenamiento en la Nube e incluso, tiempo de llamadas en Skype.

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Hoy les diremos las diferencias entre Windows 8 y Windows 7, las cuales pueden ser consideradas a la hora de cambiar o conservar el sistema operativo de sus equipos.

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How to use OneNote as a Task Manager for the iPhone

Microsoft Office OneNote, the best note taking program for Windows, is now available for your iPhone as well. Like most other iPhone-only apps, this new OneNote app can also be installed on your iPad and the interface looks decent even after the 2x zoom.

OneNote is now cloud aware. You can take notes on your desktop computer and they get synched with your laptop or you may access them from the browser using OneNote’s web app.

[*] The OneNote app is available as a free download on iTunes.com but is currently limited to US users only. If you are outside the US, please read this workaround on how to install US-specific iPhone apps from international locations.


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Microsoft Office OneNote, the best note taking program for Windows, is now available for your iPhone as well. Like most other iPhone-only apps, this new OneNote app can also be installed on your iPad and the interface looks decent even after the 2x zoom.

OneNote is now cloud aware. You can take notes on your desktop computer and they get synched with your laptop or you may access them from the browser using OneNote’s web app.

[*] The OneNote app is available as a free download on iTunes.com but is currently limited to US users only. If you are outside the US, please read this workaround on how to install US-specific iPhone apps from international locations. Leer más “How to use OneNote as a Task Manager for the iPhone”

web design Web Based Microsoft Office 2010 Soon To Be Launched


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A new productivity suite of Microsoft windows is soon to be fully launched for everyone who uses computers, it will be a successor of Microsoft Office 2007. Yes, it is Microsoft Office 2010 and this time it will be free to use and a web based application. Microsoft has somehow assured that Office 2010 will be released around mid of year 2010. Beta version of this app is available to users since November 2009 and many unofficial beta versions have been leaked since July 2009.

The application, which includes Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote, will be available to anyone with a Windows Live account. This app will be running flawlessly in many popular browsers like Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Apple Safari.

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There are many good reasons we can have to use this app.

  1. It has new picture editing and formatting tools like saturation and many artistic effects which will let you transform your document visuals into an artistic work.
  2. Microsoft One Note will let you share and work on a document with many people working from different location. It will be very helpful to you if you are working in a team or group.
  3. Office 2010 will be available for more devices like smart phone or any computer with an internet connection.
  4. Presentation can be shared via web regardless of having power point installed. You can broadcast your PowerPoint presentation to remote audience via web.
  5. Office 2010 allows users to write emails while keeping track of your family, friends and colleagues by viewing status updates and past communication history with everyone. Schedules and upcoming appointments can also be viewed with this new feature and users can request friends. Leer más “web design Web Based Microsoft Office 2010 Soon To Be Launched”