macZOT offers BusySync at 40% off March 16th and 17th

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[prMac.com] Port Townsend, Washington - This Monday and Tuesday, March 16th and 17th, you can pick up BusySync on macZOT for 40% off*. With BusySync you can share iCal calendars with family or coworkers on your LAN without the need for a dedicated server. Shared calendars can be viewed and edited by multiple users, and changes are instantly published and synchronized with all users on the network. You can make changes to shared calendars while offline and your changes will sync when you reconnect to the network.

With BusySync, you can also Sync iCal with Google Calendar.

View and edit calendars online - Calendar events can be viewed/edited in both iCal and Google Calendar and automatically synchronized between the two.

Sync calendars between home and work - Users can sync their home and office computers with Google Calendar (as an alternative to syncing calendars with MobileMe).

Share calendars remotely - Users in remote locations can share calendars with each other by syncing with Google Calendar, even while traveling.

Key Features:

Bonjour networking - BusySync automatically synchronizes calendars with others on your local area network. No dedicated servers or complicated network settings to configure. It just works.

Google Calendar Synchronization - Sync iCal with Google Calendar for online read-write access to your calendars from any computer, anywhere.

Multi-user editing - BusySync allows multiple users to share and edit calendars with full read-write access. Changes made by one user are instantly synchronized with all others on the network.

Security - Calendars can be password protected to provide users with read-write or read-only access. SSL encryption keeps your data private when syncing on the LAN or with Google.

Offline access - Changes made to a calendar while disconnected from your home or office network are automatically synchronized when you reconnect to the network.

System Requirements
Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) or Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard)

Supported Languages
English, French, German, Japanese

About BusyMac
Based in Seattle, Washington, BusyMac is a privately-held company founded in 2007 by Dave Riggle and John Chaffee. Dave and John have a long history of developing great software together, dating back to the early 90's when they created Now Up-to-Date, a revolutionary network calendar for Mac OS 7. BusySync normally costs $25 per computer. Buy March 16th and 17th, for $15 and save 40%. * One license required per computer.

macZOT bring great deals on Mac software to the Mac community. Each day macZOT offers a different Mac application at a discounted price, usually between 40-50% off the regular retail price. macZOT features a huge variety of the best independently developed Mac software - hundreds of apps per year. macZOT - Connecting Mac Users and Mac Developers Worldwide.

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