Integrate and Protect OneNote
Integrate and Back up Your Cloud
OneNote is Microsoft’s powerhouse note-taking app, which helps you get your thoughts and notes organized in a searchable, editable, and systematic approach. However, in today’s work environment, we have 2 major problems when working with teams:
- Collaboration greatly suffers when teams aren’t on the same page. When one teammate is using OneNote, another is using Salesforce, and another is using Evernote, collaboration is next to impossible.
- Similarly, company assets are not protected. When a teammate decides to leave an organization, or if a teammate accidentally deletes his/her notebook, the rest of the team (and the organization), is left having to redo the work.
Using cloudHQ to integrate apps like OneNote with other apps being used in the team like Salesforce or Evernote, is a smart way to get your team to view, edit, and build on business projects together, enabling easy collaboration.
Backing up OneNote to your organization’s primary cloud storage platform like Sharepoint, is a breeze as well. All company assets will be protected with an accurate, real-time backup in case the owner accidentally deletes their notebook.
- Google Apps
- Amazon S3
- Integrate with Other Apps
Integrate with Salesforce
Integrate your Salesforce reports, opportunities, accounts, and documents automatically to your OneNote notebook. In it, you’ll be able to make notes directly in OneNote, and have that note reflected directly in your Salesforce account for a seamless integration.
Integrate Other Cloud Platforms
cloudHQ improves team collaboration by intelligently formatting the information in all of the different apps used in your workplace, so that your employees can use virtually any platform where they feel like their most productive selves. Here are just a few examples:
- Easily share a note or a notebook in OneNote with your team via Dropbox
- Create notes in OneNote, and have those notes reflected in your Salesforce leads. You can then also view and edit your Salesforce documents, reports, leads, etc directly through OneNote.
- Sync Evernote to your OneNote, and use the app you prefer without ever having to lose any of your notes.
Real Time Data Protection
cloudHQ will create a real-time integration of all cloud services and accounts used in your organization with your Microsoft OneNote notebooks, to enable access to your notes regardless of which app you choose to view and edit them in. Since all changes are replicated in real-time, all replicated copies can be also used as a solid failover cloud solution. These are the top 3 reasons to integrate Microsoft OneNote:
- Backup: All your organization’s cloud data, including your Microsoft OneNote notebook(s), should be backed up to one searchable, central cloud location.
- Real-time: All changes will be instantaneously backed up and no data will ever be lost.
- Failover: If your OneNote service is temporarily unavailable, you easily can failover to Evernote (or any other platform of your choice) in a matter of seconds.
Setup a Shared Location
Most organizations hire contractors of some sort: designers, lawyers, media relations, and so on. In this case, you’ll need to provide folder access to that contractor to give him or her sufficient background information to complete the task at hand, and also so that the contractor can share their work back with you. Without the help of cloudHQ, most companies work like this via static emails, which is frustrating when there are last minute changes involved. Otherwise, using a sync through cloudHQ allows you to share your notes in OneNote, but allow your team to view and edit your notes in virtually any platform of their choice.
- Choose a OneNote notebook you want to share with someone else via cloudHQ
- Invite that person to your shared folder
- Once that person accepts the invite, s/he can simply save all their work in any platform of their choice (i.e. Dropbox, Evernote, Salesforce reports, etc).
- It’ll automatically appear in your OneNote notebook even if your collaborator never even opened OneNote.