By John Higgins
Many years have passed since I began my journey to go paperless, both personally and professionally. It has been like getting into a fitness routine, the hardest part was getting started.
However, once I began to see the benefits of my efforts, the journey transitioned from a challenge to a very positive experience. Yet, there was always that last mile that was nagging me. What I mean is that it felt like I had ended up with my own personal silos of information. Email messages stayed in Outlook, letters and correspondence stayed in Word, spreadsheets stayed in Excel and so on.
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Then I discovered OneNote. I had actually seen the OneNote icon in my Office applications menu for a few years before I began to explore it. That is when everything changed for me. READ MORE →