Apple's New Mac Mini Is a Small Business Server Too

The new Mac Mini may achieve greater success as a small business server than as a living room media center.

By Jeff Bertolucci, PC World |  Storage, mac mini

Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server owners can add an unlimited number of Mac and PC users without per-user licensing fees. The Mac mini's back side ports include Gigabit Ethernet, USB 2.0 (four ports), HDMI, FireWire 800, and audio in/out. There's also an SD card slot and a Mini DisplayPort.

The Mac mini seems well equipped for office life. It may achieve greater success as a small business server than as a living room media center, particularly if the next incarnation of Apple TV is a hit.

Contact Jeff Bertolucci via Twitter http://twitter.com/jbertolucci) or at jbertolucci.blogspot.com.


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