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Help Save MacOS Server Caching and Why You Should

MacOS Server is/was an incredibly useful tool for improving network bandwidth in homes and businesses in situations where a lot of Apple mobile devices are used. Using the caching feature of MacOS Server significantly improves bandwidth problems for users who find that Apple’s iCloud backups tend to dominate all of their bandwidth. But when Apple introduced their newest Mac OS, High Sierra, they discontinued MacOS Server Caching. This is a widely used and amazing tool that shouldn’t be discontinued. This post suggests one way to let Apple know they shouldn’t discontinue this service.
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Help Save MacOS Server Caching

MacOS Server is/was an incredibly useful tool for improving network bandwidth in homes and businesses in situations where a lot of Apple mobile devices are used. Using the caching feature of MacOS Server significantly improves bandwidth problems for users who find that Apple’s iCloud backups tend to dominate all of their bandwidth. But when Apple introduced their newest Mac OS, High Sierra, they discontinued MacOS Server Caching. This is a widely used and amazing tool that shouldn’t be discontinued. This post suggests one way to let Apple know they shouldn’t discontinue this service.
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