Charlie Wood of Spanning Sync outlines how his organization’s software allows Mac users to enjoy the best of two calendaring worlds: Apple’s iCal and Google Calendar. With the ability to sync the two applications in both directions, Mac users can take advantage of the advanced sharing and notification features of Google Calendar without losing the familiarity or convenience of iCal. Charlie explains how his “nano company” addresses the ever-present issue of security, delivers personal tech support and more in this look at a new breed of desktop-internet application. Spanning Sync has been recognized by Google as a shining example of the type of software springing up around their online applications and Charlie talks about how they plan to keep it that way.
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