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Tim Standing

Tim Standing
11 posts
Vice President of Software Engineering, Mac
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SoftRAID, Big Sur, and the New M1 Macs

Why is SoftRAID version 6 still in beta? We have several additional features we want to add to the SoftRAID application. Rather than preventing users from upgrading to Big Sur, we decided to open the beta release of SoftRAID version 6 to everyone.

MacSysAdmin 2020: OWC & The Transition to Thunderbolt 4

Not a lot of people have heard of the MacSysAdmin conference held in Gothenburg, Sweden, every fall. My first time there three years ago, I didn’t know what to expect. Here’s a conference which is so unlike the many conferences I have attended in the past. It is held in a small city in Sweden, there is only one track, it has a limited number of attendees, and all the speakers are available for all four days to answer anybody’s questions or discuss topics of interest.

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How Secure Boot and System Integrity Protection Guard Your Mac From Malware

Some users don't want to disable Secure Boot because they believe it disables all malware protection on their Mac. This belief is not correct, and Apple labeling the setting for disabling Secure Boot as "No Security" in the Startup System Security utiliy doesn't help. In this article, we tell you when and why it's okay to turn off Secure Boot.

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SoftRAID 5.8.4 Brings Several New Features

The night before a software release is always an exciting time. This is not because we are still changing the code up until the last minute, I usually freeze the code (stop making changes) a week before we ship as this gives us plenty of time for final testing. It's exciting because we finally get to release what our team has spent so many months designing, coding, and testing. This release is no exception.

What WWDC 2020 Means to OWC’s Development Team

Each year, I go to WWDC to figure out where Apple is going in the coming 12 months and help us plan the software and hardware that OWC will introduce to complement these new Apple technologies. Last year we saw...

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