updated 05:50 pm EST, Thu March 20, 2003
Network Computing columnist Steven Schuchart says, in a , "I hadn't touched a Macintosh in years, and the idea of an Apple server was as foreign to me as sushi once was. However, after testing the Xserve, I found that my experience with the product was a lot like my experience with raw fish--I liked it." Mr. Schuchart says the Xserve is a "pleasure to use," features a functional case design, and its software is simple to upgrade. On the flipside, he points to the Macintosh-only remote GUI-based management and the difficulty involved with connecting to legacy KVM schemes as weak points.