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Re: Apple and SMBs, Part 2: The Case for the Xserve
Posted by: Katherine Noyes 2007-10-23 10:56:29
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For small to medium-sized businesses, there are many compelling arguments in favor of adopting an all-Macintosh desktop setup in the organization. Security, stability, and easier maintenance are among those frequently cited. The next question then becomes: What about the server? Apple's Xserve can offer SMBs a raft of additional benefits; however, are they worth making the switch on that end as well? Part 1 of this two-part feature looks at the pros and cons of adopting an all-Mac shop for the SMB.


Re: Apple and SMBs, Part 2: The Case for the Xserve
Posted by: JulesLt 2007-10-23 17:33:19 In reply to: Katherine Noyes
As Apple are probably the biggest user of OS X server themselves, I suspect that it has some longevity. In addition, much of the non-GUI software is shared with Linux servers anyway, making it a relatively cheap product for Apple to maintain.
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