Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with Evernote, part of Cloud Computing First Look (2012).
If you've ever carried a paper notebook and filled it with notes, sketched out ideas, …wrote down phone numbers, to-do lists, or track your spending, you know this method has its …limitations. For one, it's not all that useful if you don't have your papers with you to …add new content or find existing content. And eventually, you will run out of pages. …And searching through dozens of pages for that important phone number you jotted down …last month, could take longer than you'd like. …Enter Evernote. Evernote is a cloud-based service, designed for note-taking and archiving.…
A note can simply be formatted text, it could also be a full web page or a portion of a …web page. It could be a photograph, it could be a voice memo for example, and it could even …be handwritten or what we call an ink note. …Notes can even have file attachments. Notes can be sorted into folders, they can also …be tagged, edited, given comments, searched and exported as part of a notebook. Of course …the beauty of Evernote is that it supports a number of operating systems, so it can run …
David also presents an overview of migration and common cloud technologies as you contemplate a move to the cloud, including Google Apps, Microsoft Windows Live, and more. The final chapter outlines how to evaluate the ongoing effectiveness of the cloud for your business.
- Understanding the components and infrastructure of the cloud
- Working with storage and database services
- Understanding the benefits of cloud computing
- Assessing security risks
- Obtaining cloud storage
- Working with Google Apps, Windows Live, iCloud, and more
- Migrating to the cloud
- Training others on cloud use
Skill Level Beginner
1. Cloud Computing Basics
2. Evaluate whether Cloud Computing Is Right for Your Business
3. Explore Cloud Storage
4. Explore Cloud Tools
5. Migrate to the Cloud
Securing data2m 26s
6. Evaluate Cloud Performance in Your Business
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