Zoho: the office disrupters

Zoho. Never heard of it? You will. They were just named to PC World’s top 100 products of 2007 list and on Tuesday they released Zoho Notebook, an app that lets you take notes, record audio, and interact with people during meetings. Anyway, I just put up an interview with the CEO.

UPDATE: here’s a separate video where I get a demo of Zoho Notebook.

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57 thoughts on “Zoho: the office disrupters

  1. @mike

    WTF? Are you out of your mind? Where did they use Gandhi to get paid? It was just a quote they used.

  2. @mike

    WTF? Are you out of your mind? Where did they use Gandhi to get paid? It was just a quote they used.

  3. Eugene Mizin from Notefish here. It seems that Zoho Notebook is a powerful tool, but for those of you looking for an easy-to-use web service to save, organize, and share web notes – I would like to recommend checking out Notefish (http://www.notefish.com/). If you like Google Notebook (which launched a month after Notefish), you likely will enjoy using Notefish even more.

    Here are a few public pages that give the idea of what you can do – with very few clicks – with Notefish:

    Notes on buying a house – http://notefish.com/notes.php?p=159

    Notes on buying a laptop -
    http://notefish.com/notes.php?p=162

    Sharing photos and notes from a trip -
    http://notefish.com/notes.php?p=2661

    Wishlist -
    http://notefish.com/notes.php?p=15771

    Cheers,
    Eugene Mizin
    http://www.notefish.com/

  4. Eugene Mizin from Notefish here. It seems that Zoho Notebook is a powerful tool, but for those of you looking for an easy-to-use web service to save, organize, and share web notes – I would like to recommend checking out Notefish (http://www.notefish.com/). If you like Google Notebook (which launched a month after Notefish), you likely will enjoy using Notefish even more.

    Here are a few public pages that give the idea of what you can do – with very few clicks – with Notefish:

    Notes on buying a house – http://notefish.com/notes.php?p=159

    Notes on buying a laptop -
    http://notefish.com/notes.php?p=162

    Sharing photos and notes from a trip -
    http://notefish.com/notes.php?p=2661

    Wishlist -
    http://notefish.com/notes.php?p=15771

    Cheers,
    Eugene Mizin
    http://www.notefish.com/

  5. “Zoho. Never heard of it? You will”

    No. No I won’t. It sounds like every other Web 2.0 app with a geeky name.

    Okay. Google is a nerdy name. That should have been the end of the nerdy brand names.

    Zoooomr? Are you fuckin kidding me?

    I just imagine Scoble getting a wedgie every time he tries to pimp one of these new sites..

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