If you're thinking of using OS X Yosemite Server to manage computers and mobile devices in your home or small business, this is the guide for you.
Using OS X Yosemite Server at Home guides you step by step through installing, configuring and working with Apple's server platform. The 782 page eBook illustrates, with hundreds of colour screenshots, how it tightly integrates with Macs, Windows PCs, iOS devices like iPads and iPhone and the Cloud to create a seamless computing experience at home, at work or on the move.
Written in straightforward language for everyday users and those new to OS X Server, the eBook provides a comprehensive guide to OS X Server's new and improved features.
Learn about file and folder sharing with Macs, PCs, Mobile devices and the web, setting up shared family calendars and contacts, using VPN and Back to My Mac to access your home or office devices remotely, backing up with the Time Machine service, managing iPhones, iPads and Macs with Profile Manager, publishing custom websites with PHP, Apache and MySQL support, media streaming, securing access with Yosemite Server's new Firewall, serving software updates to your Macs, running your own Mail server at home, and a whole lot more.
Using OS X Yosemite Server at Home also provides a detailed guide to the latest revisions to Apple's iCloud services, demonstrating how improved cloud integration across OS X Server, OS X, iOS 8 and other devices keeps family, friends and colleagues connected with easy file synchronisation, online photo sharing and storage, shared apps and other iTunes purchases, shared calendars and other family sharing features.
For those more experienced with OS X Server, Using OS X Yosemite Server at Home provides essential details on what's changed from OS X Mavericks, speeding up your deployment and allowing you to get to grips quickly with the latest features.
If you're new to OS X Server or simply upgrading from the last release, you'll find Using OS X Yosemite Server at Home an indispensable guide to help you get excited, get going and do more with Apple's latest server release.
Formats: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Pages: 650 (A4 Print equivalent)