You've both missed the point - the value is in the data. Keeping the data local fails to take advantage of "owning" the data on your servers.
Besides, you don't need "Server" on OS X to do any of what you're describing. Anyone who wants to can do this now on "Client" OS X.
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On Jul 5, 2011, at 12:05 PM, Demetri Alekseev wrote:
> Think you are right on target.
> On Jul 5, 2011, at 8:43, Clint McIntosh <email@hidden> wrote:
>> With iTools/.Mac/MobileMe getting rid of a lot of their services, and with OSX 10.7 Server being a super easy (and cheap) download and install for anyone who wants it, I wonder if Apple's intention is to make/allow home users to host their own web & mail & photo gallery services on their own home hardware for the outside world to access. Maybe there's going to be some kind of redirection of services or DynDNS integration?
>> I know it's a crazy thought, but with Mac Mini servers as small and affordable as they are, and 10.7 Server as affordable and easy to get, and the demise of MobileMe... I'm just trying to do the impossible and read Steve's mind.
>> Clint McIntosh
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