Control the whole work process via Chrome OS

Employers in every industry struggle to find effective ways to manage employees, teams, and the data being passed between each group. While there’s always a tangible component to this process, the rapid influx of technology into the world of business has transformed management into a digital game. The Chrome operating system has been designed to streamline this process and make it easier for professionals around the world to manage their teams, organize data, and communicate effectively.

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Is Chrome OS just a browser? Should I switch from Microsoft?

 

Does Chrome offer anything more than a standard browser? 

In a world where browsers seem to come in as much variety as Skittle flavors, it’s difficult to settle on a particular one. Furthermore, it’s hard to make sure that it’s the best browser for your needs.

One of the most common misconceptions about Chrome is that it’s only a browser. This operating system was built on top of a standard Linux kernel. The Chrome browser itself is the main interface.

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Smart move to Chrome OS

 

Many companies remain within the Windows ecosystem simply because it is familiar, but there may come a point when it is time to take a look at other options. If you are an IT director who has been on the search for an OS solution that is both cost-effective and future-proof, then you might want to consider Chrome OS. Google’s Chrome Enterprise was designed to be as secure as possible without hindering your company’s efficiency. It is an excellent option for anyone who is tired of expensive software licenses, slow machines, and second-rate security.

 

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All-New note editor: new tables, internal links, quotes, etc

We are pleased to announce a major update to our note editor. To some extent, this can be considered a relaunch of our service. But let’s take it one step at a time.

The editor has a block structure, which means it consists of blocks. A block can be a picture, some text, or a table. Each block can be moved up and down, left and right.

In some ways, the new editor can even be compared to a construction kit—e.g. Legos—you move the blocks and determine the note structure yourself.

Open web-client – https://nimbusweb.me/client

 

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New features: Workspaces and group work

Today we are pleased to announce the release of two exciting new features for Nimbus Note: workspaces and group work. These features make it easier than ever to organize your notes and collaborate with others.

Download Nimbus Note for Android – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bvblogic.nimbusnote&hl=en_US

Download Nimbus Note for iPhone – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nimbus-note/id828918459?mt=8

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“Working past impossible tasks,” or how to see things through

The tactics of accumulating unfinished tasks is most typical of children that find it difficult to keep focused on something for a long time. Often, as they lose interest, they tend to switch over to a new task. However, this kind of behavior is also quite often seen in adults as well. So why do some of us never leave things unfinished, seeing each task through, while others keep putting away unfinished tasks throughout the day? Let’s try and understand the reasons behind this kind of behavior to learn ways to see things through.

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