January 7th, 2012
Mac Operating Systems
Rating: 4.3 / 5.0 (118 votes)
Mac OS X Server 10.2 10 Client [OLDER VERSION] by Apple
DescriptionCode-named "Jaguar," the next major release of Mac OS X will delight you with the innovation, elegance and ease of use you've come to expect from Apple.The initial release of Mac OS X gave you the power of UNIX with the simplicity of Macintosh. But it merely paved the way for the next generation of hardware and software offerings from Apple and third parties.
Editorial ReviewMac OS X Server is a UNIX-based operating system designed for superior performance and reliability. This robust foundation provides advanced computing and networking capabilities such as preemptive multitasking, symmetric multiprocessing, and support for IPv6 and IPsec. Mac OS X Server features a server-optimized implementation of Java 2 and the latest in Web services and security standards. Cutting-edge remote-management tools allow you to securely manage and monitor your services from anywhere on the network, or even over the Internet.
Built on open standards, Mac OS X Server is a model citizen in a multiplatform world. It uses native protocols to enable Mac, Windows, and UNIX clients to share files and printers. Apple's new Open Directory architecture offers centralized management of network resources using LDAPv3 directory services. Mac OS X Server also supports NFS resharing over AFP, giving Mac clients easy access to enterprise storage with improved security.
A suite of standards-based Internet services is built into Mac OS X Server. An optimized Apache Web server provides high-performance hosting of secure, dynamic Web sites. QuickTime Streaming Server and QuickTime Broadcaster enable you to stream live events over the Internet--for instant delivery to audiences anywhere. Mac OS X Server also comes with a flexible mail server that supports POP and secure IMAP, as well as WebMail for browser-based e-mail access. Best of all, you can set up these services quickly and easily using the intuitive management tools in Mac OS X Server.