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Tony is principal analyst with the Bradley Strategy Group, providing analysis and insight on tech trends. He is a prolific writer on a range of technology topics, has authored a number of books, and is a frequent speaker at industry events.

Aha! streamlines development with cloud-based project management platform

New tool enables product managers to define and work toward a strategic vision.

Google Maps ads are a big opportunity for local businesses

The combination of Google Maps and Google ads gives local businesses a tool to reach the customers that matter most.

Expensify expands capabilities to create ‘expense reports that don’t suck’

The service rolls out beta integration with Xero accounting software.

Windows Phone App Studio lets businesses craft custom apps

Can’t find an app you need in the Windows Phone app store? Just create it yourself using Microsoft’s Windows Phone App Studio tool.

Why storing passwords in Chrome is a bad idea

Google’s Web browser offers no protection to secure and protect your saved passwords.

Manage mobility with Windows To Go

Windows 8 Enterprise's secret weapon makes it easy to support BYOD environments and more

Crossbar's RRAM could disrupt flash memory market

Crossbar’s Resistive RAM (RRAM) technology can fit 1TB of memory on a postage stamp and could soon replace Flash memory.

Microsoft continues to miss the point with Surface pricing

Microsoft cut the price of some Surface Pro models, but not enough to make a difference.

Qualys launches tool simplifying protection for Web applications

Qualys unveiled a new tool at Black Hat this week, announcing availability of the beta version of its new Web Application Firewall (WAF).

Dell's Project Ophelia thumb-sized PC

Dell's Project Ophelia could be more bad news for PCs

Thumb-drive sized Android PC is a cost-effective tool for virtualized, cloud-connected companies.

Why Internet Explorer 11 is the right browser for business

The latest version of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer Web browser—IE 11—has a number of features that make it right for business.

Chromecast: At home in the boardroom as well as the living room

Chromecast is aimed at consumers, but Google’s new streaming media device can also be a cost-effective tool for businesses to display and present content as well.

4G wireless now a necessity for businesses

4G/LTE is the difference between just being connected, and actually being able to get things done over a wireless connection.

It’s a New (Virtual) World with Windows Server 2012 R2

Microsoft included a number of features and improvements for managing virtual servers in Windows Server 2012 R2 Preview.

video and voice streaming

Break the Bottleneck: Smooth out your business’s voice and video streaming with QoS

Prioritize your network traffic to ensure consistent quality.