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Topic # 87217 22-Jul-2011 17:13 Send private message

Could any of you who work in the Mac IT support area in particular wrt to Mac Server and Raid options give me a PM.

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  Reply # 496876 22-Jul-2011 18:27 Send private message

OK, to add to this, the conversation here may include suitable and cost effective small network backup systems that include a mac mini server, I am assuming a TM that can also act as a WiFi AP is a suitable option.

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  Reply # 496877 22-Jul-2011 18:28 Send private message

Look no further than Apple's own Time Capsule.




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  Reply # 497254 24-Jul-2011 05:04 Send private message

I wouldn't use cost effective and Apple/Mac in the same sentence (heh).

We have one of these mac mini server's at work for the staff using mac's and it does the job nicely, expensive though.

http://www.apple.com/nz/macmini/server/specs.html

The Mac mini server probably does more than you need and doesn't include a wifi ap so the time capsule might be a better option

http://www.apple.com/nz/timecapsule/specs.html

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