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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.

Prevent malware attacks on social networks: 3 tips

The FBI has shut down the Butterfly botnet, but others will follow. Heed this advice so you don't become a victim.

Final Patch Tuesday of 2012 includes five 'critical' updates

Microsoft is finishing the year with seven new security bulletins--and five are rated 'critical'.

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What paperless office? Fax machines refuse to die

A new survey finds that we're making progress, but still have a long way to go to achieve a paperless office.

With Younity, access your PC's data from your iPhone or iPad

Watch out iCloud. Younity lets you use an iOS device to grab data stored on your Mac or Windows PC.

Windows RT vs. Windows 8 Pro: Choose the right tablet for work

There are some significant differences between Windows RT and Windows 8 Pro tablets to consider before making a purchase.

Five ways the iPad beats the Surface RT

The Surface RT is a well-engineered tablet with a solid OS, but there are still a number of reasons to choose the Apple iPad.


RingCentral's new SMS feature keeps your number private

RingCentral's cloud business phone service will enable SMS texting to and from a business number--even on personal mobile devices.

Five ways the Surface RT beats the iPad

The iPad has become virtually indispensable for many users, but the Surface RT makes a better mobile device in many ways.

Don’t fall for the Facebook privacy notice hoax

A trend on Facebook suggesting users can claim copyright ownership of content and photos by posting a disclaimer on their timeline is a hoax...still.

With shopping scams on the rise, watch for these threats

An overview of common holiday shopping attacks, and tips for a safe, secure online shopping experience.

US teens lead the way for shady, risky online behavior

A study from McAfee finds that US teens exhibit riskier online behavior than their peers around the world.

Here's how to secure your email and avoid becoming a ‘Petraeus’

Take a look at where Petraeus and Broadwell went wrong so you can understand how to better secure your email and protect your privacy online.

Five reasons Microsoft Lync 2013 matters

Lync 2013 has some new tricks up its sleeve that make it a great communication and collaboration tool for businesses.

Attention shoppers: Patch IE now before you shop online

Microsoft released six new security bulletins for Patch Tuesday, including a critical update for Internet Explorer that users should patch before shopping online this holiday season.

Microsoft App-V 5.0 takes virtualization to the next level

App-V 5.0 includes significant improvements to make virtualization a more appealing option for businesses.