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The Mac mini server was already a great machine. The latest version, the Mac mini with Lion Server, is even better.
For a small utility server or as the only server for a SOHO business, the Mac mini With Snow Leopard Server is hard to beat.
If you've been seeking a way to share a lot of files over the Internet with very little fuss, Cloud Engines' Pogoplug is an affordable and enticing avenue to do it.
Boasting a wealth of features and mirrored RAID 1 reliability, the StorCenter ix2-200 network-attached storage device brings Iomega’s signature usability to a high-end business environment.
Kerio Mail Serveris an e-mail, calendaring, contact, and to-do server that runs on three versions of the Mac OS.
The new $999 Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server is a fantastic product for workgroups, small businesses, and even schools to use.
Just seven months after giving the Mac mini line its biggest update ever, Apple has bumped the performance of the company's smallest desktop computers. While the improvements are modest, the latest Mac minis address a few of our biggest criticisms of the Early 2009 models.
With the significant price cut, new features, and improvements to existing features, Mac OS X 10.6 Server is a solid product. For an all or mostly-Mac network, this isn’t an "if" upgrade, but a "when," especially if you have iPhone users clamoring for push services.
HP’s MediaSmart Server LX195 is a very cleverly designed home media server, but you need Windows to get it up and running and for continued maintenance.
The upgradeable, RAID-configurable, and feature rich SmartStor NS4600 is a high-end home media server ideal for home or office settings.
LaCie's d2 Network is surprisingly versatile, feature rich, and an easy to understand unit you can use to store media files so that they are available to everyone on your home network.
Users will enjoy the simplicity of the My Book World Edition. Its intuitive interface and stripped down menus make it a cinch to pick up and use as a home media server.
Home media servers like Iomega's Home Media Network Hard Drive are Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices that provide a centralized location on a network to store your videos, audios, and photos.