In my last post, I claimed that OneNote for Mac didn’t exist.
That’s actually not true. My friend Chris informed me that about two weeks ago, Microsoft released OneNote for Mac.
That still doesn’t help me, because OneNote for Mac only allows notebooks to be stored in OneDrive, Microsoft cloud solution:
In particular, you can only open notebooks stored on OneDrive, not local OneNote files from your Mac, or from your company SharePoint, or from Office 365.
Uploading company data to another company’s cloud is, understandably, prohibited by my employer’s information security policy.