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December 13, 2011
With up to 1GB of new content added each month, Evernote (News - Alert) Premium users get unlimited note storage. Premium also allows users to share and collaborate on their notes, even from mobile devices. Evernote Premium offers offline storage of notes on iOS and Android (News - Alert), one-day support response, and more in addition, the company stated in a press release.
“With our own services and those of our preferred partners like Evernote, we want to broaden the range of services offered to our customers," points out Paul-Francois Fournier, Executive Director of Orange's Technocentre. "We want to make their lives easier, like a digital coach, by allowing them to switch easily between the digital and the real worlds, whether it be through music, video or personal content. Starting in 2012, Evernote will become a complementary part of the services provided by Orange.”
Evernote is available on every major mobile platform including iOS, Android, Windows Phone (News - Alert) 7, and BlackBerry. There are also native Windows and Mac versions, as well as a Web version of Evernote. With all other platforms that an individual uses, notes, photos, files, audio, and webpages saved in one version of Evernote are instantly synchronized. Aimed at delivering additional value to the company's millions of subscribers, this initiative is part of Orange's new Personal Cloud initiative. The announcement was made today at LeWeb 2011 Conference, in Paris, France.
In August this year, Orange announced that they have decided to offer multiservice Ethernet access through the Integrated Access option. Orange Business Services (News - Alert) is one of the leading providers of Ethernet Services. Integrated Access helps companies to reduce cost and improve their network by completing their architecture using hybrid solutions. Orange Business Services has been the global leader in Ethernet Services for two consecutive years. Orange Business Services combines the network from International Ethernet Link, IP VPN, and Internet Direct.
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Edited by Rich Steeves