Wrap-Up of Evernote in Action Workshop at Professional Organizers in Canada 2012 National Conference

I just visited my colleagues up on Vancouver, where I presented a workshop on how to use Evernote to boost your productivity and stay organized.

Add New Life to Your Nook with a Nook Rooted Card

Tired of your tech being locked down by the manufacturer? With a very simple add-on, you can transform your Nook into a full-featured Android tablet.

Managing Cables on the Go

Three tips for packing your electronic devices efficiently.

Make Your Online Article Marketing and Press Releases Matter

Article marketing and press releases can be a fantastic way to spread the word about you and your services, and can really help establish you as an expert. But you don’t want your content that you spend time writing to fall flat. There are ways that you can make your content really effective.

Cloud-Scanning Smackdown: NeatCloud vs. Shoeboxed

NeatCloud and Shoeboxed are both great options to help you go paperless – but they have significant differences. Which one is right for you?

2012 Evernote Trunk Conference – Wrap-Up

What’s the latest and greatest from Evernote? I found out at the 2012 Evernote Trunk Conference.

Easily Inventory Your Belongings at Home or at the Office

Using the right software, you can quickly and easily inventory the contents of your home or office – a critical piece of recordkeeping.

Beyond the Address Book: The Contact Relationship Manager (CRM)

A Contact Relation Manager lets you keep all info on your clients in one place—not just contact info, but
key data too.

Stop! Do You Need Another New Gadget?

Some tech tools are a big help; others just add clutter. Before buying the latest tech gadget, ask yourself what problem it will solve and where you’ll actually put it.

Stop the (App) Insanity!

Do you have a smartphone, like an iPhone, Android, or Windows Mobile device?

Scanner Recommendations for the Office

Pros and cons of buying a dedicated scanner such as NeatDesk of Fujitsu, or sticking with a multifunction copy/fax/scan device.

Digitized Files: How Much Hard Drive Space Do They Take Up?

So you’ve gone paperless and are now storing all your documents on your hard drive. Great! By doing so, you’ve likely freed up tons of space in your office by eliminating the need for paper storage. Just because the papers don’t take up physical space, however, doesn’t mean they aren’t taking space on your hard drive. Hard drives have memory capacities, so it’s good to know what kinds of files are filling your storage.

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