July 8, 2011
Most BYTE readers know that Apple has released OS X 10.7 Lion in July for $29.99, exclusively through the Mac App Store. Bet you don't know that Apple's OS X Lion Server is also selling at a decent price -- under $50.
That price is a lot less than the $499 that Snow Leopard Server used to set you back. Now that price wasn't the terrible deal it sounds like now. Snow Leopard Server lets you have an unlimited number of clients attach to your server. Compared to other server operating systems, that made it a steal. Now you get all that for under $80 with Lion and its Server add-on. Talk about a bargain. Price isn't a good reason to buy anything, though, so here are my top six reasons why you should consider upgrading to OS X Lion Server.
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