After some years of experience and trials, I've found out that for me (and for many around there) the best tool to work efficiently would be software which allows to search and access from one single interface:
- calendars (events and tasks)
Most of my office work is usually done by sending / receiving emails, writing documents and notes, setting up events and tasks.
It would be important to link those 4 object types. E.g. I would like to write a note where I point (hyperlink) to an email, or attach documents to an event.
It is of course possible to have single applications / softwares which, used together in a PC desktop environment, do the job fine. With Google Tools, for example, we are almost there: we have efficient email, a calendar where I can put attachment taken from google drive...
There are also some intersting MacOSX mail extension which can help (e.g. Devonthink)...but that always miss that something...
Well, this solution could be fine but it requires to be always online.
What I need, in the end, is a sort of local wiki where I can store structured information. Evernote works well, it is somehow integrable with gmail (with a paying tool) but in the end it is still a note-taking program.
Do you know of any software which works as a local wiki and that can store/serach all my data?