My latest Inc.com piece is about collaborating on documents was just published.
Collaboration is a huge business buzzword these days. And nowhere does that feel more real than when teams work together on written materials.
Whether it’s a sales brochure or an internal proposal, teams must work well together to produce high-quality assets. This can be a challenge if the team members work in different locations.
Good habits in creating and editing documents can foster collaboration, save time and reduce headaches.
If this is the kind of thing you’re interested in, check it out at https://www.inc.com/charles-edge/how-to-collaborate-without-driving-the-rest-of-your-team-crazy.html.
krypted May 2nd, 2017
OS X Server 5, running on El Capitan or Yosemite, comes complete with lots of awesome features to help you get up and running, started and owning the configuration of Apple Servers. One such is the built-in options to help manage your servers. Open Server, click Help, then click Server Help. You can then search and browse for information about things you’d like to accomplish using the Help Center.
Now, click the arrow for each service for information about configuring that service. You will see an arrow for each service.
Click the arrow for more information on that specific service.
And just like that, simple and easy-to-use documentation, available live on OS X Server. You will, of course, need to be online to use it effectively.
krypted September 27th, 2015
Posted In: Mac OS X Server
I’ve written plenty about Mavericks Server 3 here on krypted.com but way more effort went into the official documentation. There’s lots of nuggets here at: http://help.apple.com/advancedserveradmin/mac/3.0/
krypted October 24th, 2013
Apple has posted the documentation for Snow Leopard Server:
You may now learn how to do all kinds of fun things… Like play with Podcast Composer, one of the nicest updates of them all (so much so, it got its own PDF).
krypted August 27th, 2009
Starting to warm up to Pages. Especially since I figured out that if you click on am image and then click on the inspector that you can set the image to Inline, which makes it where it doesn’t move as you type more text. Very nice. Will save much time.
krypted February 11th, 2008
Posted In: Mac OS X
I originally posted this at http://www.318.com/TechJournal
To answer all those questions like â€œHow do I create a share point now?â€ Apple has been kind enough to post the documentation for Leopard Server at:
All of the new services are documented per Apple standards, so happy reading!
krypted November 9th, 2007
Posted In: Mac OS X Server