Software that helps you to conquer information overload

Recently, PC Magazine reviewed six programs that can help you to tackle information overload — a common problem for busy executives these days! All of these programs are built on one common principle: Index all of your data, based on the words and characters contained in your documents, e-mails and other text-based files. Each program […]

Recently, PC Magazine reviewed six programs that can help you to tackle information overload — a common problem for busy executives these days! All of these programs are built on one common principle: Index all of your data, based on the words and characters contained in your documents, e-mails and other text-based files. Each program then lets you search the index it created, enabling you to find what you’re looking for, faster and easier. The following programs were reviewed in this fascinating article:

In a sidebar article, PC Magazine also reviews InfoSelect 7.0 (one of my personal favorites – read the InnovationTools review of it here) and Microsoft’s forthcoming OneNote. I highly recommend this well-written set of reviews of a genre of software that is too often overlooked by the computer media!

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