Apple Snow Leopard Server

Whether you’re supporting a creative team, a distributed sales force, or just about any small business or workgroup, you know your users need to share information to work effectively. Mac OS X Server makes it easy to share folders and exchange files between Mac and PC systems, share calendars, schedule meetings, and coordinate events without the installation of additional software. Mac Snow Leopard Server also makes it easy for groups to collaborate and communicate through their own wiki-powered intranet website complete with group calendar, blog, and mailing list.

Additional Server features:

Snow Leopard Server can provide your organization with 3 great tools that will enable you to effortlessly work together, share information and collaborate on projects!

All three are available for $15 per month per user

File sharing - 100 GB storage
Productivity is greatly enhanced when users store work in centralized folders rather than on individual computers. With centralized file storage, all users have access to the same up-to-the-minute file. Since a single version resides on the server, there won’t be any confusion about multiple versions of the same document. And users won’t need to worry about losing important data in the event of a system failure or a lost or stolen laptop. The file is always safe on the server.
It’s easy to share hard drives or individual folders and assign custom access permissions with Mac OS X Server. To facilitate collaboration, each group has its own shared folder on the server. Whether they’re using Mac or PC systems, all group members can read and write to files in the shared folder, just as if they were using their own hard drive.

iCal calendar server
With iCal Server 2, it’s easy to share calendars, schedule meetings, and coordinate events within a workgroup, a small business, or a large corporation. Built on open standard protocols, iCal Server integrates with leading calendaring programs.

Wiki server


Users can create and edit wiki pages, tag and cross-reference material, upload files and images, add comments, use Quick Look with attachments, and access pages from their computer or iPhone.


Whether it’s a small business or a workgroup inside a large corporation, all members need access to the same materials in order to work effectively. Wikis assist users in the clear exchange of information, eliminating confusion and ensuring that all members of a project have access to the resources they need.
The wiki blog is the perfect place for sharing team news and status reports or encouraging brainstorming.