Digitise everything. Access everywhere.

The idea of the paperless office and, for that matter, the paperless life, was established some 30 years ago when the first PC was introduced. Yet, the tools and processes to actually achieve such a thing have been a little slower to make it to mainstream. Sure, paperless bill pay, online newspapers and magazines and even tools like tablet computers have made it easy to transition much of what we do with paper to a digital format.  But, access to information? How can we get the best of both worlds – digitise everything and access all the time? The combination of Evernote and the Fujitsu ScanSnap give you that and much more…

Evernote is your “external brain.” Anything you put there will be synchronized and accessible to you from any computer, mobile phone and via the web. Through applications available for Windows, Mac, Windows Mobile and iPhone as well as a web version, all the information you store will be synchronized and available everywhere else. Evernote also has a great image-recognition technology to make text in the images searchable, whether it is printed or handwritten.

With the Fujitsu ScanSnap, digitising your documents (of all shapes and sizes) right into Evernote is effortless. With one-touch, you can scan all of the paper around your home and office in a matter of minutes. Evernote also helps to collaborate and share your content for others to see.

So, now, how can you use Evernote and ScanSnap together?  It’s simple

1.      Register for an Evernote account

2.      Install Evernote for Windows or Mac (You can also install to your mobile device at the same time.)

3.      Create and select the Evernote profile in the ScanSnap Manager

Note: You can find a quick guide for how to create a profile, here.

Give the Evernote and ScanSnap solution a try – clear up the clutter, eliminate the need for filing documents and get organised! And, if you want to see for yourself all of benefits of using Evernote alongside your ScanSnap, vistit our blog for a few quick tips for setting up your ScanSnap with Evernote.

The Evernote team

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