Mac: At $30.99, macOS Server is one of those unsung bits of software that most of us have absolutely no use for, but has a slew of neat little features. Over at Macworld, they dig into the Calendar function, which is easy to set up and use, then keeps your data as private as possible. Generally speaking, most of us are just fine using Google, iCloud or Exchange for our calendar needs, but if you'd prefer to use something that you control, macOS Server does the job really well. It works pretty much just like iCloud, with push notifications, syncing across devices and group scheduling. It's certainly overkill for most of us, but if you want total control, this is one of the easiest to use options around. Head over to Macworld for the full guide.
The Calendar Service In MacOS Server Is A Surprisingly Robust Alternative To Commercial Apps
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