|Dec 7, 2012, 11:24 AM||#1|
Apple Updates OS X Server, Adds Caching to Speed Distribution of Mac App Store Updates
Apple has updated OS X Server, the application that runs on top of OS X Mountain Lion to expand the system's server feature set.
The most notable change in this update appears to be a new caching server for Mac App Store updates. Presumably, the server now downloads updates for things like iPhoto and OS X itself to prevent an organization from needing to download large updates multiple times for one workgroup.
Article Link: Apple Updates OS X Server, Adds Caching to Speed Distribution of Mac App Store Updates
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