Apple updates OS X Server, Xcode, Remote Desktop + MORE iPad News 07/26/2012

Some more news on the iPad for you right here. The tablet is evolving rapidly, so here are the latest developments.
Mountain Lion 101: Sharing and Twitter (but not Facebook yet)

Mountain Lion adds direct Twitter support in the OS, just as iOS users have had for a while. If you haven’t set up your Twitter account yet, you’ll want to go into System Preferences, and then choose Mail, Contacts & Calendars to set up your various accounts.

Just like on the iPhone and the iPad, you can now set up certain cloud services in OS X. Your iCloud and mail accounts are in there (for Microsoft Exchange, Gmail, Yahoo!, and AOL), but there’s also now logins for Twitter, Vimeo and Flickr as well…

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Apple updates OS X Server, Xcode, Remote Desktop
In addition to the flurry of other updates to go along with the release of OS X Mountain Lion, Apple has updated OS X Server, Xcode and Remote Desktop.

OS X Server 2.0 is a $19.99 Mac App Store purchase that can be added to any Mac running Mountain Lion, enabling that machine to be used at a server. Features in the update include the following:

File sharing for Macs, PC and iPad; Standards-based AFP, SMB and WebDAV file services; flexible file permissions and Spotlight searching

Wiki Server including point-and-click page editor, access controls, tags and comments, revision history, document sharing and Quick Look previews

Profile Manager, which includes configuration and management for OS X and iOS, over-the-air enrollment, mobile device management, web-based administration console and a self-service user portal

Time Machine

Mail Services

Calendar, Contacts and Messages Servers

Virtual Private Network


Server app and other features

Xcode 4…

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