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There's nothing quite like ending the month on a high note. That's why we're excited to bring you this month's latest news and important updates. You can forget about bug fixes and improvements, we're only interested in bringing you the newest apps to join our platform and all the latest updates to the integrations you use every day. Here's what's new in August:
There’s a big push to type notes and go digital, and there are many benefits to taking digital notes including speed, secure storage and less paper waste. But what about the things we are missing out on by giving up handwritten notes. Are there real, cognitive differences between typing and handwriting notes?
Small businesses are unique in their operational needs - not quite small enough to be considered an individual person, not quite large enough to qualify as a mass market commercial entity. Yet, small businesses as a whole contribute a significant amount of revenue to our economies. According to the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman, in 2016 there were 2,065,523 small businesses in Australia employing less than 19 people, accounting for a whopping 97 per cent of all Australian businesses. These small businesses can all benefit from the efficiencies of cloud computing, which allow them to focus on developing or improving their product or service.
What is this ‘cloud’ everyone seems so keen to store their files in? Do files really float away to live somewhere in the sky? Not exactly. While the term cloud computing sounds complex, it is a relatively simple concept that we take for granted in our everyday lives. And if you’re not familiar with the terminology or how it works, the idea of your files being stored in a ‘cloud’ can be a bit confusing at first.
Go Digital. Go Paperless. Go Online. Technology is ever changing and in order to keep up we must learn how to adapt. But what does that mean for those of us who still prefer to take our notes by hand? Prior to the introduction of computers, we all took notes by hand, and even now there are some industries and instances where it is easier to jot down our notes than type them. Can we make the jump to digital note taking without changing the way we work? And what is the definition of digital note taking?