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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.

The real reasons to blame Windows 8 for plummeting PC sales

PC sales are dropping like a rock, and Windows 8 may be to blame—but not for the reasons you might assume.

Want Microsoft Office on iOS or Android? You may wait until 2014

A leaked roadmap for Office 'Gemini' indicates that Outlook RT and Office for iOS and Android won’t be launched until the end of next year.

Prepare now to survive the end of Windows XP

A year from now, Microsoft will stop supporting the archaic Windows XP operating system. Make haste in migrating to another OS.

Patch Tuesday leaves Internet Explorer zero day untouched

There are only two Critical security bulletins this month, but a recently discovered Internet Explorer zero day remains vulnerable.

The paperless office continues to elude us

New survey from Adobe illustrates that digital documents are gaining in some areas, but the paperless office is still a pipe dream.

Amazon Cloud is great, but not for business

The addition of file syncing makes Amazon Cloud a formidable competitor in the cloud storage arena, and a great choice specifically for mainstream Amazon customers.

4 things Microsoft Office 'Gemini' needs to succeed

What will Microsoft retool in its next Office suite, codenamed 'Gemini?' Here are four things it should start planning now.

Google Keep vs. OneNote vs. Evernote: We name the note-app winner

Which note-taking tool stands above the rest? We pit Google's upstart software against the heavyweights from Microsoft and Evernote.

Why VPN logs don't measure worker performance

Yahoo is looking at it wrong. A decade or more into the work from home debate, companies and managers still haven’t figured out how to make it work.

Opinion: CISPA isn’t the evil, privacy-infringing legislation you think it is

The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) has controls and limitations that make it much less scary than it is portrayed by opponents.

Scary flaw makes your USB ports a major security risk

Microsoft released seven new security bulletins for the March Patch Tuesday, including one for a vulnerability that seems straight from a movie thriller.

Tripwire acquires nCircle to form new security giant

Tripwire stunned the security industry with news that it has entered into an agreement to purchase nCircle.

The 4 security controls your business should take now

Security experts have defined the 20 most important security controls any organization should make now. Start with these four.

Why the new Facebook News Feed matters to your business

Changes to Facebook's News Feed offer new opportunities for businesses with a Facebook presence.

Microsoft caves to Office 2013 licensing backlash

Microsoft announced that it is loosening the Office 2013 licensing in response to customer complaints.