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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.

Disappearing Web

Out of date, vulnerable browsers put users at risk

Many users are waiting a month or more to apply important security updates that can protect them from exploits and malware.

What you should know about MIcrosoft's new BitLocker Management

Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Management (MBAM) 2.0 improves on its predecessor to make it simpler to encrypt and protect data.

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Study finds 25 percent of Android apps to be a security risk

A review by Bit9 of Android Apps in the Google Play market found over 100,000 that are "questionable" or "suspicious".

Crappy VPN support: The one fatal flaw of Windows RT

The Surface RT is a solid tablet with a lot of advantages for mobile productivity, but Windows RT has an Achilles heel that may render it useless for many users.

10 essential ingredients of a killer Windows 8 business PC

To get the most out of Windows 8, you need hardware designed to take full advantage of the unique capabilities the new OS has to offer.

Windows 8 raises the bar for PC security

Windows 8 improves on existing security features, and adds new ones that make the operating system even more secure than its predecessor.

Box joins the Windows 8 party with launch of new app

Box has a simple vision to ensure customers can access and share content from anywhere--and now "anywhere" includes Windows 8 and Windows 8 tablets.

Microsoft is taking a huge risk with Windows 8, and that's OK

Windows 8 is a dramatic shift from previous versions of Windows, and it's a risky move for Microsoft. But, it's a risk Microsoft must take to maintain its relevance.

Apple iPad Mini: All the iPad at (nearly) half the cost

Organizations looking to deploy iPads to users can get the same features and capabilities for significantly less money with the iPad Mini.

Why Windows RT needs native Facebook and Twitter apps

Facebook and Twitter are woven into the Windows 8 operating system, but we still need native Windows RT apps to get the most from the services on a tablet.

Can a $329 Apple iPad Mini compete in the bargain tablet market?

At $249, or even $299 it seems like the Apple iPad Mini would be a slam dunk. At $329, it's in a category all by itself.

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The one thing Windows 8 desktops really need

There is a wide variety of Windows 8 desktops coming to market, but they are all missing the one thing they really need to work effectively with the new OS.

Webroot SecureAnywhere 2013

Webroot SecureAnywhere 2013 adds protection for Mac OS X

Webroot SecureAnywhere 2013 takes the small, fast, effective protection of its predecessor, and brings it to the Mac OS X platform as well.

Pioneer BDR-2208

Pioneer 15x Blu-ray burner coming soon for under $100

The Pioneer BDR-2208 15x Blu-ray drive can be an effective tool for small businesses to backup and archive important data.

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Whispercast turns Kindles into viable business tools

Whispercast gives businesses the ability to manage and deploy Kindles and Kindle content, and could replace more expensive tablets for some organizations.