NoteShare wins award as District Administration Readers' Choice Top 100 Products for 2008
This announcement is a nice surprise for our development team. It's a software recognition award that we're very proud of since we've been shipping NoteShare for OS X since 2006. It's not always the case that a small software company can achieve recognition so soon especially since we depend upon our users telling other users about NoteShare.
Much of NoteShare's success in education also goes to working with terrific school districts and educators around the country. In particular, the state of Maine's 1:1 Apple laptop program for middle schools is one of the most dynamic initiatives where NoteShare is in service daily supporting classroom collaboration and learning.
The readers of District Administration magazine are school leaders, educators, technology integrators and learning specialists. Our relationship to the education market (especially K-12 schools) goes all the way back to 2002 when we first introduced NoteTaker for Mac OS X. Since then, we've been innovating and integrating our notebook sharing technology with flexible collaboration support to enable our users to work alone and work together, anywhere, anytime. NoteShare enables learning to happen in the classroom, on the campus and in the cloud via the Internet.
Going forward, we plan to introduce new services and products in 2009 that will enable even more powerful cloud-based computing and notebook collaboration on laptops and netbooks including OS X, Windows, Linux and smartphones (iPhone and Android). There is no standing still in meeting the needs of educators, students and lifelong learners as schools and organizations advance towards the 21st century classroom model of anywhere, anytime learning.
And finally, to the readers of District Administration, thank you for this honor!