Personalize your stored data search with Microsoft BizSpark member notesQuest’s combined search and note-taking application.
Since 2014, notesQuest has combined the capabilities of a personal search engine and a note-taking application to provide companies and individual users with the ability to effortlessly search their stored data and remember what to buy, what to bring, an idea, business plans, or anything else that needs to be found. An intuitive and easy to use application, notesQuest straightforward and easy-to-operate design allows users to efficiently keep track of their business and their life searching across their personal stored data.
Developed to make personal data navigation a breeze, notesQuest takes advantage of several Microsoft platforms to make their user as efficient and comfortable as possible. Hosted on Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform, and developed using Visual Studio, notesQuest also utilizes Microsoft’s SQL Server, allowing the user to achieve breakthrough performance and faster insights across cloud and on-premises. Also employing Microsoft’s Window AppFabric allows notesQuest to provide users with enhanced hosting, management, and caching capabilities for web applications and middle-tier services.
As the future of personal data surfing, notesQuest operates in conjunction with Microsoft platforms to make things simple and free.
notesQuest CEO says it best, “notesQuest remembers for you”.
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About BizSpark: Microsoft BizSpark is a global program that helps startups succeed by giving free access to Microsoft Azure cloud services, software and support. BizSpark members receive up to $750 per month of free Microsoft Azure cloud services for 3 years: that’s $150 per month each for up to 5 developers. Azure works with Linux and open-source technologies such as Ruby, Python, Java and PHP. BizSpark is available to startups that are privately held, less than 5-years-old and earn less than $1M in annual revenue.