O’Reilly has published ‘Using Mac OS X Lion Server” (US$29.99), which is designed to help you set up a Mac OS X 10.7 (“Lion”) for your business, school or home network.
Author Charles Edge shows you how to share files, mail, and calendar information on your desktops, iPads, iPhones, and other devices, whether you’re new to Mac OS X servers or need to update your skills for the Lion edition. You’ll also discover how to configure your network to include multiple operating systems — including Mac, iOS, and Windows — and set up servers for wikis, websites, and podcasts.
Edge started looking to share his knowledge of the Mac OS X Server operating system in 2004. His first speaking appearance at a large conference was DefCon 2004. Since then he has spoken at conferences such as MacSysAdmin, MacWorld, LinuxWorld and BlackHat. Since then, Edge has written six books, including the “Enterprise Mac Administrator’s Guide,” “Enterprise Mac Security” and the “Enterprise iPhone and iPad Administrator’s Guide.” For the past 10 years, Edge has been the Directory of Technology for 318, a Mac-first consultancy based in Santa Monica, California. He is also the author of krypted.com, a site dedicated to heterogenous networking.
For more info about the “Using Mac OS X Lion Server” — includingthe table of contents, index, author bio, and samples — go to http://post.oreilly.com/rd/9z1z3h0gnr9c708fn4cbn2t6pg3on1h0r02p4f6m7vo .