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serve

(networking)
To be a server, to provide a service.

E.g., "The shttpd serves requested documents to clients over a secure link."
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The rural electric cooperative utility serves two masters, Van Paris said.
The org effectively serves two masters, which provide the bulk of its funding--the U.
Perhaps Jose Antonio Burciaga noted it best when he repeated the Spanish saying, "he who serves two masters, disappoints one or both.