Brainstorm Exchanging Mind Maps with Evernote
Mind Map Brainstorm
ConceptDraw MINDMAP with the new Note Exchange solution allows to distribute and use mind maps from anywhere using powerful Evernote technology.
With the launch of Evernote Business in December 2012 you will be able to use our Note Exchange solution to share mindmaps and mindmap data across your entire organization.
It has never been easier to run brainstorm ideas for building strategies.
Sample 1. Weekend To-Do List
This mindmap was created in ConceptDraw MINDMAP mind mapping software by experienced user for 30 minutes as a sample for solution Note Exchange from ConceptDraw Solution Park.
The Note Exchange solution extends ConceptDraw MINDMAP with the ability to exchange with Evernote, and access mind maps anywhere, on any computer or mobile device via Evernote.
Use ConceptDraw MINDMAP enhanced with Note Exchange solution as a brainstorm tool, sending brainstorm maps from your mind map to Evernote.
Using the Note Exchange solution you can upload a whole map, or specific parts relating to a certain person, idea or meeting, and you can access your brainstorm mind maps wherever you are.
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The ConceptDraw vector stencils library Cisco People contains symbols for drawing the computer network diagrams.
Vector stencils library "Cisco People" contains 17 pictogram symbols and clipart for drawing the computer network diagrams using the ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software.
Picture: Cisco People. Cisco icons, shapes, stencils and symbols
ConceptDraw Note Exchange Solution permits users to develop and organize notes and tasks in ConceptDraw MINDMAP. Your work can be accessed later, just with one click, regardless of preferred platform.
Picture: Detail Specifications Exchanging Mind Maps with Evernote
There are several basic topologies including bus, star, point-to-point, ring and a hybrid. Two computers can form a fully connected network topology, and as the number of network nodes increases, the network diagram gets more complicated. This type of topology is also called a full mesh.
This is a visual example of a computer network built using a mesh topology. This diagram presents the schematic structure of the full mesh network topology. A common mesh network topology means that each network device is connected with several points in the network, so if the one node of the network goes down, it does not cause an issue with an operability of the entire computer network. In a full mesh network topology, every computer or device in the network is interconnected with each of the other devices in the network.
Picture: Fully Connected Network Topology Diagram
A Home Area Networks (HAN) is a type of local area network that is used in an individual home. The home computers can be connected together by twisted pair or by a wireless network. HAN facilitates the communication and interoperability among digital devices at the home, allows to easier access to the entertainments and increase the productivity, organize the home security.
This example was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM using the Computer and Networks Area of ConceptDraw Solution Park and shows the home network diagram.
Picture: Home area networks (HAN). Computer and Network Examples
Every corporate network is unique, though there are guidelines and best practices in developing networks. As it is quite difficult to implement a pure topology within a company, using a hybrid network topology is considered a better solution. As a rule, such network assembles advantages and features of source topologies.
This diagram is an example of the Hybrid network. This type of network topology means a conjunction of other network topologies. Such as star-bus, ring-mesh topologies, etc. It should be obviously diverse networks. The final computer network inherits both advantages and disadvantages of its ingredients. Using the ConceptDraw Computer and Networks solution including vector graphic libraries and templates one can develop professional custom network diagrams of any topology and complexity.
Picture: Hybrid Network Topology
While creating flowcharts and process flow diagrams, you should use special objects to define different statements, so anyone aware of flowcharts can get your scheme right. There is a short and an extended list of basic flowchart symbols and their meaning. Basic flowchart symbols include terminator objects, rectangles for describing steps of a process, diamonds representing appearing conditions and questions and parallelograms to show incoming data.
This diagram gives a general review of the standard symbols that are used when creating flowcharts and process flow diagrams. The practice of using a set of standard flowchart symbols was admitted in order to make flowcharts and other process flow diagrams created by any person properly understandable by other people. The flowchart symbols depict different kinds of actions and phases in a process. The sequence of the actions, and the relationships between them are shown by special lines and arrows. There are a large number of flowchart symbols. Which of them can be used in the particular diagram depends on its type. For instance, some symbols used in data flow diagrams usually are not used in the process flowcharts. Business process system use exactly these flowchart symbols.
Picture: Basic Flowchart Symbols and Meaning