|Monthly payment | One-time payment||Monthly payment|
OneNote, a note-taking application, is designed to allow users to create, sync and store ideas and notes through different devices.
Vmware Socialcast is a virtualization and communication system that allows companies to use the full potential of their integration functionality.
|British Airways, Carlsberg, Martin Aircraft, Georgia State University||SAS, 3M, Humana, Philips|
Microsoft OneNote can’t be purchased separately, as it is an integral part of the Microsoft Office package. Check the company’s enterprise pricing for more details.
VMware Socialcast offers a free 30-days trial and three enterprise-structured payment plans:
Small Business Plan at $2.50/month/user:
Enterprise at $2.50/month/user:
On-premise plan at $3.75/month/user:
Microsoft OneNote integrates with the following business systems and applications:
The software can either be integrated into leading DevOps programs to facilitate management, or enable two-way integrations with:
|Learn more about Microsoft OneNote pricing||Learn more about VMware Socialcast pricing|
|English, China, Germany, India, Japan, France||English|
|+1-800-865-9408||+1 844 682 9264|
| Microsoft Campus, Building 92|
15010 NE 36th Street
Redmond, WA 98052
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Types of Clients
|Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers||Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business|
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