“Leopard sports a series of changes both under the hood and in its user interface that improve the performance and usability of the Mac desktop for individual users, and combine to deliver new collaborative server features for networked machines in office settings. Servers and shared services are also moving into the home,” Prince McLean reports for AppleInsider.
• The Origins of Servers
• Why Unix Worked
• The Personal Computer Creates a New Market Underneath Unix
• The Windows PC Arrives
• Unix Haves vs Unix Have Nots
• The Unix Wars
• A Unix Peace
• Prelude to Mac OS X Server
• Mac OS X Server Releases (Mac OS X Server 10.2 Jaguar, Mac OS X Panther Server 10.3, and Mac OS X Tiger Server 10.4)
• What’s New in Leopard Server
• Leopard’s Client-Server Integration
• Wiki Collaborative Publishing Services
• Leopard Server vs Microsoft Windows Server
McLean takes a look at what’s new in Leopard and Leopard Server related to file sharing and collaborative information services and from where the plumbing inside Mac OS X comes in the full article here.