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  • Evernote's quest to change the world through productivity software

    In early October, Evernote CEO Phil Libin debuted new features designed to make the immensely popular note-taking software <a href="http://www.citeworld.com/article/2691236/social-collaboration/how-evernote-will-become-a-full-fledged-collaboration-platform.html">friendlier to the enterprise</a>: Work Chat, Context and presentation mode.

  • Ultimate guide to the paperless office

    You have no excuse for being buried under paper these days. The tools to digitize most or all of your pile are readily at hand and very affordable. We're not exactly a paperless society yet, but this guide will help you get to less paper, and that's a step in several right directions: increased efficiency, better security, and a reduced environmental footprint. We've also added a few ways to eliminate paper from your workflow, the better to declutter your office--and your mind.

  • Five easy steps to going (almost) paperless

    It's over between me and my file cabinet. Six drawers full of dead trees. Total weight: a gargantuan 194.7 pounds of paper. I can't think of any less useful way to utilize home office space, especially when most of the contents, once filed, will never be touched again. I'm also gearing up to move, and the thought of packing, unpacking, and refiling all that stuff made me even more eager to end the relationship, pronto.

  • Google Keep vs. OneNote vs. Evernote: We name the note-app winner

    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.