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  1. I as a premium user I couldn't wait to show the business Evernote "business" - the colaboration capabilities were a hit! I just need to confirm required security controls were in place. I'm so disappointed that the service does not have business "security" in mind on the back end. Before the powers that be order this service, we need to ensure that my business notes are truly protected and segregated from other businesses. So far, after 3 support tickets with multiple replies I am not convinced. No "encryption at rest"? No true data segregation? Sad really, there is no one else on the market like Evernote that is (dare I say it) "enterprise" ready. A seperate, protected VM on the back side would be a great start. Box.net does this for files.... I just wasn't it for free form notes. Hope I don't have to wait too long.
  2. This will be with Windows clients. Can you set the import folder to pull data (scans in our case) into a particular EnB notebook so it is immediately available (or within the sync window) to others? What about emails? Can you have an email address for business notebooks so people can email info to a notebook rather than to a user's personal folders which then have to be moved later?
  3. I have approximately 35 premium users that I'm trying to convert to Evernote Business. As the admin, I successfully setup the account and my users received registration emails. However, after they click on the 'join' link in the email and enter their credentials, they get one of several errors including 'service unavailable'. When I look at the admin console, I'm the only user showing active. The rest show 'invited'. Anyone experience this? Anyone have any suggestions?
  4. I'm already working with someone on the EnB Customer Service team on this, but I am wondering if anyone else has gotten it to work. I cannot get notes to automatically go into a business notebook. The Import Folders dialog doesn't show business notebook, only personal ones, and when I emailed a note to it (I tried t@Customer Service Data and test @"Customer Service Data") it just wound up in my personal default notebook. Anyone else having an issue here? As to a suggestion that makes sense for business users the Import Folder setting should be able to connect to mapped network drives and UNC paths, things that businesses use rather than personal hard drives. I have the Windows client.
  5. Can anyone tell me definitively what a user should do with his/her individual Premium account once the company has joined Evernote for Business? Once I've paid for the Business-level account for each user, I would think that each employee could terminate his/her individual-level Premium account and just take advantage of the offline-storage and size quotas that Business provides. Can't get anyone at Evernote to respond to this, though.
  6. Hi Guys, Firstly, we have been waiting for EN Business since the announcement in August so are thrilled it has been released, so thank you! We have started setting it up for the business, so we have some questions. 1. Moving Personal Notebooks to Shared - Will this be eventually possible? 2. Sharing Stacks to preserve structure - At the moment you can only share Notebooks and other users have to create there own stacks. Are there plans to be able to share stacks? 3. Renaming Notebooks - When a Notebook is renamed on one users Windows Client it is not renamed in the Admin Console or on other users Windows Clients. Any plans to enable this? I was also hoping that if a Notebook is shared in the business it would automatically appear in another users account, but I can understand why they have to Join a notebook (in case you have teams etc and all notebooks are not relevant). But it would be good if there was an option where you can set a Notebook so that all users were automatically joined, so company policies, forms etc rather than just set it as a Recommended download. All in all though, I think EN Business is a brilliant idea, and we are looking forward to seeing it develop. Thanks, Debbie
  7. Asked for this already years ago and the answer back then was: Too complicated. But with the advent of Evernote business it is probably time to review it again: Could Evernote do local syncing of notes the way Dropbox is doing this already for years? IMHO Evernote uses hashes to determine whether a note is up to date with the note on the Evernote server. Could't the Evernote background helper contact other Evernote background helpers running on the same local network during a sync and ask them, whether they have a copy of that note already downloaded from the Evernote server (aka a note with exact that hash) and if so load it over the LAN instead of pulling it from the Evernote server? That way the client would only load the hash from the Evernote server and pull the note itself from the LAN, in case it is accessible, which should be much faster and save on bandwidth for both Evernote and the user. Syncing of meta-data (tags etc.) could still be done solely from the Evernote server, as this usually is only small data volume and it might get overly complicated, if this is pulled from another client who probably has not an fully up-to-date status of all the meta-data. Pete
  8. I think Evernote should have a critical look at the strategic planning that led to December 2012, a month in which at least this user has been disappointed. Just on the surface, the roll-out of a major UI revamp in parallel with an attack on a whole new market segment (Evernote Business) might be considered ambitious - certainly optimistic. Coupled with the disappointing results of an extremely short beta period for Evernote 5.0 - a major rework - I would not be surprised to find others like myself withdrawing a bit from the enthusiasm and expectations I have had for the last three years as a premium customer. Two months ago, I was poised to gobble up Evernote Business and evangelise it throughout my company. I am still keenly interested in doing so, but I cannot justify the $500/month that it would cost. For $6,000/year, I get an ERP system. Our HR system costs about the same. These are mission critical applications that handle our most sensitive and important information. I had high hopes that Evernote would be able to become our company knowledge base, entrusted with all the information that is not handled by our line operational systems. I knew it would be an expense, but I am surprised to see it costing about the same as one of those mission critical systems. If the platform clients were brilliantly effective, and the syncing was _absolutely_ perfect, I might be nudged toward paying the price. With the current iOS and Mac clients, however, I am backing away carefully. The Mac client shows signs of improvement and I suppose another two months of the "beta" we production users are currently experiencing will bring it back up to a reasonable standard. The iOS client, however, is not showing similar signs of being on a fast track to improvement. To be honest, it needs a lot of work to become production quality again (see my other posts on this). Sadly, the bad execution of the UI revamp and the high price will keep me in "wait and see" mode. In addition to the lessons learned from the botched execution of this UI deployment, I will also be looking for signs that this kind of strategic mistake will not be repeated. I can roll with the punches for my personal tools, but when these tools run my business, I have other considerations to deal with.
  9. On iOS version 5.1.0 (released today), I am unable to hide the Business Premium tab. The Hide button is there, but it no workey. Anyone else see this? Just checked - same on the iPhone.
  10. Is the iOS app not yet updated to take advantage of business accounts? I can't seem to create a business notebook from my iPhone.
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