Hiya some quick tips on managing iCloud stuff in a small org would be very welcome. I advise a small org who have a lot of Apple stuff. There's about 6 staff, which means 6 Apple laptops of various ages and 5 iPads, plus staff bring in their own iPhones. It's a very liberal org with plenty of trust in staff. My problem is I don't know what's the best iCloud set up for this org. - I want all laptops and iPads to have Find My Mac / iPad turned on, which means all needs to be signed into iCloud. - Staff all use iCal and we have numerous shared and group calendars. - our email is handled via Gmail - Staff sync iCal and other iCloud stuff with their own iPhones. - Staff are free to download their favourite apps onto laptops and ipads. Option 1: Just allow everyone to have a separate iCloud login and password, and track them on a master spreadsheet. Does that seem sensible? Option 2: I can move to having a single iCloud account for all apple devices, but that would seem to create problems with app downloads and payments and individual calendars. It also seem to mean every time there's a problem they'll come bother me, which is highly undesirable. Which is best? Thanks for any advice.