CEO, Guenther Draschkowitz from Auscomp.com stated that “This medley of templates makes it much quicker, easier and simpler to start getting organized for yourself, your family and your work. The basic structures are all there ready waiting for you to start entering whatever you want or need – in the written form, as images, or as recordings of audio and/or video. The options are limitless!’
Each template can be adjusted and customized to exactly what you want so it works for you and your family and/or team.
Passwords can be applied to each section encrypting the notebook, keeping all data safe from prying eyes.
Using the secure cloud infrastructure, Azure from Microsoft, each notebook can also be easily shared if need be when it’s stored on OneDrive or SharePoint.
The best bit is that the content of the notebook can be accessed from any device that MS OneNote supports - Desktop, tablets and phones on the Web, Windows, Apple and Android platforms.
Auscomp Templates for Microsoft’s OneNote - Nothing to lose, much to gain!
FREE TEMPLATES - Get Things Done - Moving House - Family Tree - Diary/Journal
RISK FREE DEMO TEMPLATES - Estate Planner - The Vault
SOON TO ARRIVE - KanBan Task Board - Travel/Vacation - Event Planner … and more coming soon - watch this space!
Resources More info: https://onenote.auscomp.com Downloads: https://onenote.auscomp.com/download
About Auscomp.com Auscomp.com is an ISV (Independent Software Vendor) based in Australia. Founded in 1993, Auscomp designs and develops custom software across all sectors including Government, Finance, Legal, Education, Health, Agriculture and many more.
Press Release PDF https://onenote.auscomp.com/marketing/PressRelease-Templates-For-MSOneNote-Nov-15-2017.pdf
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