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Great news for Tuxera NTFS for Mac fans! We’ve got a brand-new version ready to download with macOS High Sierra support– Tuxera NTFS for Mac 2018. Read and write to Windows NTFS drives on macOS High Sierra As with previous versions, Tuxera NTFS for Mac 2018 brings full read and write compatibility with Windows NTFS-formatted
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Continuous Integration1 (CI) has become a very popular addition to software development cycles. With this process, companies are reaping great-quality software development. Typically, continuous integration comprises of building (compilation and packaging), followed by smoke testing. In some cases, this system is extended to continuously deliver software products to production systems—an approach called Continuous Delivery2 (CD).
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CES 2018 wrap-up: cars, IoT, and robots took over

  • January 18, 2018 /
  • by Claudio M. Camacho
This year’s CES slogan was “Feel the whoa.” Yet, after seeing the entire show, I have to ask myself: what “whoa?” Don’t get me wrong: CES 2018 was huge – the biggest ever with over 180,000 visitors from all around the world. But the general feeling was that consumer gadgets are simply losing their fuel.
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We’re revving up boot times at CES 2018

  • January 8, 2018 /
  • by Tiffiny Rossi
Our team’s kicking off yet another new year in Las Vegas at CES. This is our eighth year at the well-known global show for innovators and breakthrough technologies. To jump-start 2018, we’re excited to unveil our newest embedded development service, Tuxera Ultra Fast Boot. To get a feel for our new service, check out our
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The accessibility of sensors and camera modules is making the car industry increasingly data-driven. When combined with state-of-the-art software and advanced computing, data transforms into decisions inside autonomous cars. As autonomous vehicle technologies continue to evolve, the data generated inside cars only continues to grow exponentially. But how much data does a connected car actually
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Making connected cars secure down to the core

  • November 2, 2017 /
  • by Joel Catala
Securing the cars of tomorrow is a concern for car makers, Tier-1 suppliers, and consumers alike. As a matter of fact, a 2015 consumer survey showed that 62% of people questioned feared that cars of the future will be easily hacked. Lawmakers in the US have already passed bills to address and calm these fears,
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Hey Tuxera NTFS for Mac fans! With the launch of macOS High Sierra on September 25th, we expect many of you will be updating soon if you have not done so already. In case you haven’t been following Mac news too closely, every Mac that can run macOS Sierra can update to High Sierra. Those
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SMB1 is done

  • September 25, 2017 /
  • by Paul Choo
Beware SMB1, the end draws near. At Microsoft’s June 2017 Interop event, Microsoft Principle Program Manager Ned Pyle delivered the eulogy for the outdated – and extremely vulnerable – version of the Server Messaging Block (SMB) protocol. One simple, yet powerful slide from Mr. Pyle laid out the grave future for SMB1: SMB1 is full
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