After years of losing ground, Apple (AAPL) is launching its biggest campaign yet to gain share in the corporate market. Included in the effort:
The first of what may be a series of products, Xserve is a thin, low-end machine that handles Windows and Mac files, e-mail, and Web pages.
An update to its OS X operating system in late summer will make it easier for Macs to work with Windows machines. The software lets tech staffers easily set up networks and manage hundreds of Macs and PCs from a central location.
Data Storage Devices
Xserve RAID, coming in late 2002, can hold 1.68 terabytes of database information that can be transmitted quickly through Web servers.
Data: Apple Computer Inc.