Network, Backup, Archive



Mac OS X, which has roots in a collaborative environment, has good credentials when it comes to talking to other computers, regardless of platform. Couple this with the different means with which it can carry this out, and you soon realize how powerful a tool you have before you.

Those roots are in BSD Unix, which has many established protocols for the entire computing environment including the Internet. Mac OS X can tap into all these. Broadly speaking you can have network connections using Bluetooth, AppleTalk, FibreChannel, ...

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