Sunday, July 17, 2016

FileCloud Extension Now Available for Google Chrome Users

CodeLathe, the provider of FileCloud, the IT industry's most innovative Enterprise File Sharing and Sync platform, has announced the availability of a FileCloud extension for users of Google Chrome.

This new, easy-to-use extension enables users to save documents, images, and screen captures directly from Chrome to FileCloud. By using the FileCloud for Chrome extension,users can now save, and easily share information while working within Chrome by selecting content and then opening the right click context menu in Chrome and then selecting the "Save to FileCloud" option.

"This announcement is yet another example of delivering the most innovative enterprise file sync and share software anywhere in the industry," said Madhan Kanagavel, CEO of CodeLathe. "Nearly everyone is logged into a web browser throughout the day. The ability to share and save work product directly from Chrome will ensure that organizations will remain collaborative and highly efficient."

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Saturday, July 2, 2016

Free Web Clipping and Note Sharing

Evernote has made news this week with its 8th Anniversary Celebration and the announcement that it is raising subscription fees for the paid plan of its note-taking app.

The good news is that Evernote Basic, which supports web clipping and note sharing is still free. On Basic, you can access notes on up to two devices, such as a computer and phone, two computers, or a phone and a tablet, as well as on the web, so you can continue to take your notes with you throughout your day. Passcode lock on the mobile app, formerly a paid feature, is now available on Basic as well.

Those who do not want to pay the increased fees for Evernote's paid plans do have other choices such as OneNote, a free service that has many features including clipping content from Web pages, attaching PDFs to notes, drawing (if you have a touch screen laptop)and table tools.