The latest Mac OS X is the first to support Microsoft Exchange
Apple has announced its latest addition to the Mac OS X innovation with the v10.6 Snow Leopard. The upgraded Leopard system features the twice as fast version of Safari 4 and a redesigned QuickTime X player that allows easy video recording and sharing.
With built in support for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, Snow Leopard is the only desktop system that can integrate the use of Mac OS X Mail and iCal as well as send and receive emails and manage international contacts with a global address list.
In addition, being both supporter of a 64-bit processor and remaining compatible with 32-bit applications, Snow Leopard requires minimal hard drive space, freeing up to 7GB once installed as well as increasing performance and improving security.
The Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard is available from the end of August costing £25. For more information, visit www.apple.com/uk/server/macosx/.