So much to read online and still no one has come out with an app to stretch time. Workarounds for non-elastic time include several kinds of “read it later” apps. And now, Amazon is extending its “read it later” functionality, with a Send to Kindle button for Websites and WordPress blogs.
The company whose collection of products aim to "help the world remember everything" -- otherwise known as Evernote -- has announced the launch of Evernote Business, a collaboration and communication tool for small and medium sized businesses.
It’s time for the Mobile App of the Week. For week’s app we’re looking at the Android version of Evernote. Evernote is not only a note taking app, but gives users other options, such as sharing notebooks, converting speech to text and taking photos.
Four years after starting up, Evernote's business model has evolved and scaled-up along with the company itself, to offer larger groups of the workers the power to collaborate. Enter Evernote Business to cater for bigger customers.
Another week, another HootSuite update. To add to its ever increasing arsenal of tools aimed at helping social media managers, content strategists and community managers better organize and share their company content, HootSuite has introduced social app plugins.
Evernote, the cloud-based service that helps users remember everything through note-taking and clipping, is expanding to new regions. But, with plans to set up datacenters in China, should users be concerned about privacy amid Chinese regulations toward censorship and data access?
Springpad, the Android and iOS productivity app, has been completely redesigned, and a new look accompanies added features that make Springpad more social. It really does look quite a bit more like the uber-popular Pinterest app that has the Web world sharing their favorite things in a more visual way.
Context first. This is what Bob Egner, VP of Product Management and Global Marketing for Web CMS vendor EPiServer is excited about.
In an exclusive CMSWire interview Egner and CMSWire staff dug into the fundamentals of Customer Experience Management, how Web CMS vendors differentiate -- or don't, the cloud and PaaS vs. SaaS, how to go mobile more simply and the big challenges facing vendors in 2012.
An interesting question crops up time and again: Will today's major social networks turn to the enterprise market in the future? Business-oriented social networks are already popular among organizations and companies. But as Facebook and Google+ run out of markets to grow into, they will need to find more growth areas from within, and the enterprise is one big market ripe for the picking.
Let's face it. Regardless of your preferred platform, the fact is that mobile devices are increasingly making their way -- and staying -- in the business setting. Whether you're gaining access to information en route to work, or if your work mostly involves mobility, you will be dependent on some applications to make things happen. We take a look at a few apps that help make the magic happen on your devices, whether you have an iPad, iPhone, Android smartphone or tablet, BlackBerry PlayBook, HP TouchPad or any other device.
Social web-clipping solution Evernote (news, site) released an improved version of its extension for Google’s Chrome browser this week. The update feature a new look, enhanced clipping, and can search both the Web and Evernote at the same time.
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