Sharing data between a Mac running macOS or OS X and PCs running Windows may not be that straightforward. By default, Macs can only read files from Windows-formatted external hard drives, but not write to them. This prevents you from saving, editing, copying, or deleting anything stored on your drives using your Mac. The reason behind this? The file system used by Macs
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Why mentoring matters in technology

  • October 25, 2016 /
  • by Eva Rio
One thing I appreciate most about working at Tuxera is the support we get for taking part in activities outside the organization. For instance, last January Tuxera started a collaboration with the Helsinki chapter of Girls in Tech, a global non-profit organization focused on the engagement, education and empowerment of women in technology and entrepreneurship.
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Sneak peek into our annual summer party

  • July 6, 2016 /
  • by Eva Rio
While at Tuxera we have a strong sense of community and do a lot of activities together outside the office every day, there are certain events that brings us even closer and where we have the opportunity to interact with colleagues we do not see that often. We’ve blogged a lot in the past about
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After our visit to Apple’s WWDC last week we couldn’t wait but get our hands in the new macOS Sierra and start working on a release candidate of our driver Tuxera NTFS for Mac for all those developers and users who depend on our software to ensure the compatibility of their storage between Mac and
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The 10th edition of Google IO has been the largest IO in number of attendees with over 7,000 people at the Shoreline Amphitheater and outskirts. Now it’s time to look back at what Google IO 2016 has brought to the software industry. In terms of launches and new products, Google Assistant was announced, and Google
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We just finished packing our stuff and are heading to the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View for Google I/O 2016. The full schedule of the conference has just been announced and based on the titles of the keynotes we can’t wait to see Google’s developments in areas that are very familiar for us like Android
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Mikko Välimäki keynote at Wolves Summit - How to find software products that sell
In today’s world we are surrounded by all kinds of mobile devices and we use them on a daily basis. Most IT companies and developers turn to mobile applications and front-end software because of their nature (easy to see and “easy” to do) and the potential for new ideas. But what if we look at
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As a workplace we are bold in many ways, and one of them is to get involved and support causes we believe in. This winter, our QA team had the idea to contribute to the Free Software Foundation, a non-profit organization that promotes the development and use of free (as in freedom) software and technology
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