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Software developers are opening up the possibilities of storing your data, securely, online and enabling you to synchronise the data with other computers and even enable manual access to your stored web content from a remote location.
If you’re one of the many users who implement Microsoft Outlook for managing your diary, to do tasks and to share meeting information, you may have an active calendar. You’ll probably store some of your personal or out-of-office hours information within this calendar, but this is useless if you can’t access this information from home.
One solution is to move the information across to an online calendar such as Google Calendar, but then you’d need a tool that enables you to synchronise the data between your offline Outlook calendar and Google Calendar.
The answer is an official tool from Google, called Google Calendar Sync that enables you to synchronise your data between Outlook and Google Calendar. You choose whether you want this to be one-way or both ways. So if you update your Google Calendar from home, the data will be synchronised back to Outlook when you’re in the office.