Tag Archive: organize

Dec 12 2014

Techie Review: FileCenter 8 Professional

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    When you’re working with document imaging, it’s very important to make sure that the interface to you’re going to be using works for you. In trying to go paperless, there’s nothing worse than having a software package for document imaging that’s more of a hindrance than a benefit. The document imaging package that you …

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Nov 18 2014

Review: eM Client v6 – Organized and Robust

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I did a review of eM client back in 2012 for the release of version 5. Version 6 has been released and eM client is one of the most robust email clients that’s freely available on the Internet. It’s been referred to as the Microsoft Outlook killer. The user interface of eM client looks very …

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May 17 2013

Dragon Notes wants to help you organize your random thoughts

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Now is definitely the time to be a curator of your thoughts and ideas. Nuance has released a new piece of software called Dragon Notes. Its initial offering seems to be in the same category as Evernote and Google Keep [web-based]. This move by Nuance is rather interesting because the company itself normally focuses on …

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Apr 06 2013

Plex Media Server: Applying the Updates/New versions Automatically

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Plex is a wonderful application that allows you to easily organize your media library to where it’s the most beneficial. It doesn’t matter if you’re wanting to listen to MP3’s, watch movies or share pictures. Plex has the ability to organize this information and give it one of the best presentations you can have. In …

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Oct 10 2011

Kwik Media: FREE software to organize your pictures from Nero

In the age of media, it’s important to have something to organize you pictures and other media, but NERO seems to be focusing on the most easy and popular media right now; the massive job of working with images… But does anyone ever stop and think about images after they’re on a memory card? Not …

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