I've always been a fan of Microsoft Office OneNote 2007 and moving into my new role as a director of product management meant I had to collect new ideas and organize projects to a scale I never had to as a writer. OneNote 2007 is now a central collection point for my ideas and questions as they relate to new product management processes, initiatives, and product offerings.
OneNote 2007's integration with Outlook 2007 is also coming in handy to archive important project emails along with my project notes.
While EverNote served me well as a freelancer, I really found myself after starting my new job that I needed to have more granular control over how I could organize my notes. OneNote 2007's organizational schema of notebooks, pages, and tabs is becoming
However, I do remain an avid EverNote user and still give it high marks because of its cross platform features. If only, I could sync my OneNote notes between my work PC and home machines including my MacBook Pro, iMac, and MacBook Air like I can do with EverNote.