BusyMac has updated its calendar sharing utility BusySync, bringing the current version to 1.5.
BusySync has added the ability to sync calendars over the Internet. This new feature will allow users to sync iCal calendars between their home and office computers or with users at remote locations.
BusySync also offers local networking syncing and the ability to password protect calendars, providing read/write or read-only access. If you are disconnected from a network, changes made to a shared calendar are automatically synced when you are reconnected.
BusySync costs $19.95 per user and requires Mac OS X Tiger or Leopard.