In its latest case study, NetHosting examines the growing cloud-based memory aid, Evernote.

Orem, UT NetHosting, a leading provider of Cloud Hosting, Virtual Hosting, and Dedicated Hosting solutions, has published its latest case study which takes a look into the note-taking app developer Evernote Corporation.

NetHosting reports that development on Evernote began in 2005 by Stepan Pachikov and was eventually released in 2008. Pachikov intended to solve the society’s most common problem: forgetfulness. Evernote is designed to be a streamlined note-taking application which users can use to recall important details stored in the Evernote cloud.

In the full case study, NetHosting further details the history, features, and the internal systems of Evernote.

“I’ve used Evernote Corp.’s note taking app and have been impressed with the direction the company is going,” says NetHosting CEO Lane Livingston. “What’s even more impressive is the secure, private cloud they have built to store all of its customer information. It is set up to provide infinite scalability, which is exactly what Evernote needs to stick around for the long haul. Evernote demonstrates the numerous benefits of a cloud server architecture.”

Along with the Evernote, NetHosting has released case studies on other innovative companies such as Dropbox, SoundCloud, and LinkedIn.