OneNotes online


J

Jerry

Does MS offer soring my documents online in a OneNotes program so that I can
access it from the internet from any computer?
 
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Rainald Taesler

Jerry said:
Does MS offer soring my documents online in a OneNotes program so
that I can access it from the internet from any computer?
It works already now, but not yet from MS.
It's possible with some third-party providers of offline-storage space.

Things will tremendously be improved with ON2010.
The main efforts for new version have been put into "cloud computing",
i.e. on usage of ON over the "net".

Some of that is explained in David Rasmussen's article
" OneNote 2010 – What’s New For You"
http://blogs.msdn.com/david_rasmussen/archive/2009/07/15/onenote-2010-what-s-new-for-you.aspx

Rainald
 
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Steve Silverwood

Does MS offer soring my documents online in a OneNotes program so that I can
access it from the internet from any computer?
There are several possibilities:

One is to store your OneNote database on a server or other such
machine, then sync that data with the OneNote on your laptop.

Another is to use SharePoint, although I am not sure how that works --
it's on my to-do list to take my existing Windows Server 2003 test
system at home up to the point where it supports SharePoint Services,
and do some tinkering there.

Third, I am told that using SkyDrive is also possible, but I haven't
tried it yet.

//Steve//
 
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Rainald Taesler

Steve said:
There are several possibilities:

One is to store your OneNote database on a server or other such
machine, then sync that data with the OneNote on your laptop.

Another is to use SharePoint, although I am not sure how that works --
it's on my to-do list to take my existing Windows Server 2003 test
system at home up to the point where it supports SharePoint Services,
and do some tinkering there.
NO!!
Sharepoint definitely is no solution.
Third, I am told that using SkyDrive is also possible, but I haven't
tried it yet.
As I said in my reply to the OP: There will be huge improvement in
ON2010.

Rainald
 
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Rainald Taesler

SharePoint is a much better solution in ON2010 - in earlier versions
it wasn't a great choice.
That's what I said ;-)
Also there will be a limited web version of ON coming with the 2010
Web Apps suite.
Has anybody seen it yet?
I can hardly wait ;-)

Rainald
 

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