Microsoft is porting its server-side .NET stack to Linux and Mac OS X, and is making more of that stack available as open source.
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Around 76,000 users of Mozilla's developer network have had their email addresses posted to a publicly accessible server, with 4,000 users also having their salted and hashed passwords revealed as well.
The small, cylindrical footprint of the new Mac Pro would appear to make it questionable as a server system. However, a Mac hosting company and Apple say otherwise.
Samba, which has been bringing Windows-compatible file sharing to Linux servers, Mac servers, and desktops for years, takes another step forward.
The email attachment filing and sharing product now works with Egnyte's cloud file server, with new features in the pipeline.
GPG Mail from GPGTools protects your email from prying eyes by using public key encryption via OpenPGP. It's by far the simplest and easiest way to encrypt email (and files) on the Mac.
While all the focus has been on Microsoft pulling the plug on Windows XP support, next April is also going to be zero hour for the veteran email server.
What's an Xserve user to do when he needs a dense, rack mounted OS X solution?
Rackspace plans to allow customers to integrate cloud email services into applications and Web sites without an email server.
UPDATE: The third-party email client for Apple's two OS platforms is on its way to join the Gmail team.
Apple confirms that faulty DRM code was to blame for corrupted iOS and Mac apps being served to users.
Squadmail, a service that lets users set up shared email folders that work in any client, has gone into public beta.The tool creates the shared folders at the IMAP server level, making the choice of client irrelevant.
Samba has issued new versions and multiple patches for a remote code execution hole in its open source software that is included in most Linux distributions as well as Apple's Mac OS X Server.
Google engineers released its Cauliflower Vest project under an open source license Wednesday. The tool, aimed at MAC OSX Lion Server administrators, is an end-to-end Mac OSX FileVault 2 full disk encryption solution for the enterprise. Google maintains the out-of-the-box FileVault 2 solution in the Mac OSX Lion Server is aimed at consumers and lacks enterprise features.
Most file sharing in businesses is done through email, which clogs up your mail server and multiplies versions of files confusingly. SharePoint is a runaway success, but there are plenty of alternatives that don't require you to run your own servers (or find ways of making them available to external partners).
Following Apple's calling it quits on the Xserve in January, Mac managers have by necessity been creative to fill the void. A tip shows that it's possible to build a Redundant Array of Independent Servers (RAIS) that takes advantage of the new Mac mini's ThunderBolt port and the Target Disk Mode long built into the Mac OS.
Linux and Windows both have their respective advantages and disadvantages for large and small businesses. But what if Mac OS X Server really became an enterprise-class OS?
A newly discovered Mac vulnerability disguises itself as a PDF to trick users into opening it, which installs an Apache server on your Mac. Luckily it hasn't been weaponized. Yet.
According to a reported bug, Apple Mac OS X Lion client and server have trouble with Windows Sharing for flies including extended attributes. The issue extends to Windows 7 and Windows XP.
VMware recently moved vSphere and ESXi to Version 5.0.
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