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Evernote And Moleskine Team Up To Create Smart Business Notebook
When users take a picture of their notes on the Evernote Business Notebook, the app automatically adjusts the contrast, digitizes the notes, and syncs them across devices.
Evernote CEO: Apps will become obsolete
"Apps as a concept don't make a whole lot of sense anymore," says Phil Libin, CEO of the productivity app maker Evernote.
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Get It Together! Consolidate Your Business Systems
As your company grows, you add more processes, software, and people. If you haven't been proactively streamlining all along, you may be surprised to find that your systems are complicated and redundant.
Evernote's Phil Libin On The Secret To Building A Hundred-Year Startup
If you want to create something that will outlive you, plant an oak tree. Build a suspension bridge.
Evernote's Quiet Destruction Of The Notepad
Evernote's Phil Libin has led his company to over 90 million users and a billion dollar valuation.
Article: B2B Perspective: Workers Bring Their Consumer...
Note-taking app Evernote has seen a major shift in users accessing its service via mobile devices.
Labels, annotations, usability: DEVONthink and DEVONnote 2.7.4
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho - Colored labels are an easy way to mark files important to you since Apple introduced them in 1991.
Evernote CEO: Consumerization of IT isn't about 'consumerization' at all
Perhaps then it was appropriate that Evernote CEO Phil Libin sat down for a fireside chat opposite former Microsoft executive Steven Sinofsky at the close of Box Dev Day on Wednesday.
Dyn acquires managed DNS firm Nettica
Dyn, a Manchester, N.H.-based infrastructure-as-a-service firm, on Wednesday announced the acquisition of Nettica, an Atlanta-based managed DNS provider.
Through The Rose-Colored Google Glass
SXSW has come and gone, and wearable tech was hot. In an article last year in Wired , Thad Starner, a former Google technologist and current professor at Georgia Tech, talked about how wearables -- e.g., Google Glass or Pebble watches -- may efface such "hold-ables" as smartphones because the advance of connected tech means that soon enough any ... (more)