You’re about to become a magician. Soon you’ll be providing your users with the illusion that they have direct access to the world of communication and information. The reality is that servers — ubiquitous, imperceptible, and indefatigable — provide every connection, communication, and bit of information that the computer user sees.
But only if you make it so. You’re going to set up Apple’s Mountain Lion Server for your users, configure the wonderful services it offers, and keep it running. This book will help you do it.