Hi, I'm wondering if I can ask some advice. I run a small video production company. We have a mac mini running OS X Yosemite Server in our office and currently it serves as a glorified NAS for our thunderbolt RAID drives and USB 3.0 backup drives. We've had it for a couple of months and it's working very well. At the moment our users are connecting their MacBooks via Finder to the Mac Mini's drives and editing from there. However, we've just bought two new iMacs to live permanently in the office. I want to set it up so that our team can log in to any of the iMacs and access their files, regardless of which machine they use. (e.g. set up their own Dropbox accounts, and so on, on the server account rather than downloading a copy to each machine.) I understand this is possible using Open Directory and the user accounts there. However, I am also wondering if it's possible to host software on the Mac Mini without having to also download and manage that on each machine. So, for example, I could install an app on the Mac Mini and make it available to both iMacs as well. It would save me the headache of logging into each machine and updating them each time a new version of FCP or the Creative Cloud apps is released. Any advice? Thanks in advance.