PasteCatcher runs a Bonjour client that copies text or image from your Macintosh clipboard to the iPhone pasteboard. To use this application,...
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The Unix/Linux Bash security hole can be deadly to your servers. Here's what you need to worry about, how to see if you can be attacked, and what to do if your shields are down.
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.
What's an Xserve user to do when he needs a dense, rack mounted OS X solution?
Apple confirms that faulty DRM code was to blame for corrupted iOS and Mac apps being served to users.
Cronette it's a software to specify tasks to be launched unattended by the Mac. It can be used on unattended Mac Servers or also...
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.
VMware recently moved vSphere and ESXi to Version 5.0.
Syncovery is back up your data and synchronizes PCs, Macs, servers, notebooks, and online storage space. You can set up as many different...
Astonishingly, the Mac mini Server arrived the very next morning, right after the announcement. That's a first!
Look at what we have here. Apple has quietly introduced a new member to the Mac Pro desktop line-up: a new Mac OS X server.
Apple's latest Mac Mini server is an innovative and functional small business solution with huge appeal to style-conscious companies already sold on the Mac platform. Snow Leopard Server is remarkably affordable, although Windows Small Business Server offers stiff competition.
Apple recently released two updates to Snow Leopard Server: the Mac OS X Server v10.6.4 Update, a general package of reliability and security fixes as well as several new features, and Wiki Server Update 1.0, which comes as a separate installer.
Recently I've been faced with the task of helping somebody with a network of Mac computers, that have Windows servers. They have both Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008, and are looking to migrate and upgrade to Windows Server 2008 across the board.
Where does Apple hide the second hard drive in the Snow Leopard Server SKU of the new Mac mini? It takes a special teardown to find out.
According to Apple, in addition to Safari 5.0 and the improvements of the client version of v10.6.4, this combo package adds Software Update and NetBoot/NetInstall support for the new MacBook and MacBook Pro models recently introduced, boosts reliability when looking up invitees in an LDAP directory, and "Improves reliability of Directory Services, particularly when Spotlight is enabled on the server."
A recent support note for Mac OS X Server advises that for compatibility admins avoid spaces and long names in the network home directory name and path.
Apple keeps upping the specs on its Mac mini. Last spring, it gave it near parity with the iMac desktop. With its fall update, the hardware combined with Snow Leopard Server sounds just right for small businesses and workgroups, according to a recent review.
Snow Leopard Server includes major updates to some of the OS's core components and is now fully 64-bit. Ease of use, plus simple and affordable licensing make OS X a viable alternative to Microsoft's Windows Server 2008, although we had problems with one or two features.
Apple on Tuesday refreshed its Mac mini, the most inexpensive computer in the maker's lineup, offering a trio of computers that start at $599, including one preloaded with Snow Leopard Server.
A recent article points to traction in the goverment market by a Mac-based surveillance system vendor. Despite the resistance from PC-centric IT managers, the Mac's performance and easy support appears to be winning contracts.
I almost missed Parallels' announcement of Parallels Server for Mac. I didn't speak with company representatives.
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