Internet-based services mean that it's no longer essential to install apps on your own PC in order to do common tasks. And if you want to store information that can be accessed from just about anywhere, cloud-based computing can make a lot of sense.
I've recently been trying out a service called WizeHive Current, which is a general-purpose online database application from a company called WizeHive. You can create common business-oriented database applications with just a single click, for tracking things like expenses, travel, recruitment, customers and so on. But if you spend half an hour designing your own forms, you can use the system to keep track of anything you like. All in a web-based database system that you can access from home, work, public PCs, your smartphone, or wherever you happen to be.
While there's actually quite a few similar systems available, WizeHive is one of the rare examples of companies that offer a free pricing plan. Store fewer than 2,500 records in your online database and there's nothing to pay. And that's plenty for, say, your contacts, music, club membership, and so on.
All you need is a web browser and a bit of time, so head to www.wizehive.com/current to try it out.
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