integrate and sync Evernote and Dropbox
The other service is cloudHQ: a service enables you to sync and replicate data between these two services so you data is safe and also available either via Dropbox or via Evernote.
I will examine each of the programs in turn and suggest similar programs.
Evernote is a great tool for leaving yourself notes, reminders, and miscellaneous things with the advantage of having those instantly save to the cloud. Also all these notes are almost instantly available on a variety of devices such as iPhone, iPad, Android phones, etc.
Under Evernote umbrella, there are alos addional products such as Skitch (capture all or part of a screen as a PDF or .jpeg documents), Evernote Hello (keep track of all your contacts through your smartphone), etc.
Evernote: make notes, load documents, store websites, clip and store information from the Web)
How to use Evernote
For instance, I find a website that I want to save for latter on. Rather than creating a bookmark in my wen browser that will just be on my PC (or MAC), I can click on the Evernote icon on my browser and the web page is automatically transfered into a notebook in Evernote.
Or, if a professor wants to keep attendance at his/her classes , then she/he can make a note in Evernote on her/his iPhone and then the same note is available on all of her/his other devices. Rather than making separate copies on each device, the professor can use Evernote to sync all notes to all devices almost instantly.
You might ask what is the difference with a traditional calendar or notebook and writing notes by hand?
Actually, the only difference is that Evernote works better and it is integrated will all devices your. What has changed dramatically is having notes appear on all devices without manually copying.
Dropbox enables to have arbitrary files available on multiple devices but also allows you to easily share files. You can share files or folders to any other person (friend, college, partner) by simply sending an email invitation to join your Dropbox folder which exists both on your device and in a Dropbox website online.
For course, you can choose which files to share, thereby sharing all of the contents of the files privately with those invited. Dropbox has client software for Windows, Mac, Linux, iPad, iPhone, Android and Blackberry devices.
Your files are always available to you even when you are offline. Dropbox keeps a one-month history of your work. Any changes can be undone, and files can be undeleted. If you use Dropbox to backup files on your computer, you will likely have to purchase additional online storage space.
How to use Dropbox
Dropbox is not really a taking program. You can think more like as an online data storage and backup program. You can add the Dropbox application to your computer, smartphone or other device. Evernote is like having an automated notepad and clipping program, while Dropbox is file and folder oriented. You could keep notes in a word processing program, but then you would have to put the file with the note into a Dropbox folder for it to be available on all your devices. One can use Dropbox to share large files that will not transfer by email because of file size limits. Sharing a file is extremely easy. You create a file, share the file and send an invitation to the recipient. The two programs are different enough to use both.
cloudHQ - integrate Dropbox and Evernote
But with all the files, notes, videos and even images saved in Evernote. How can I protect my notes? These are worth a great value so I need to make sure that no one accidentally deletes my file in a worst case scenario, for instance where the application encounters a downtime or an outage, how can I make sure that I will still be able to meet and present my agenda in a meeting?
When all else fail, you need a consolidation and solid back up of your documents in Evernotre. You need to make sure that those precious files that you have will not be a victim of hackers and data loss due to system failure. With that, you need to cloudHQ.
Through cloudHQ you can back up and sync files between Evernote, Google Docs and, Dropbox, etc., in real time. You have to back up all your data and protect it against malicious or accidental deletion. You can even simplify team collaboration across multiple cloud services and accounts.
What are you waiting for, keep your files and (even your life) protected and safe, and use cloudHQ now.