Thursday, July 28, 2016

Microsoft OneNote goes mainstream after a long adolescence (SearchContentManagement)

Conclusion of a recent OneNote market dynamics overview I wrote; for another recent perspective, see What went wrong in the wiki market?

"After a long and sometimes winding road since its first release in 2003, OneNote now reflects the best of the revitalized and cloud-first, mobile-first Microsoft and is likely to continue winning loyal users for years to come. If you're interested in exploring a more modern approach to content and collaboration, compared to traditional document-centric alternatives, Microsoft OneNote is a great place to start."
Microsoft OneNote goes mainstream after long adolescence

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