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Bio: Tony Bradley is Founder and President of S3KUR3, Inc., providing expertise and written content on a variety of technology subjects, ranging from social networking to mobile devices to information security. Tony is the writer behind the PCWorld Net Work blog and print column, author / co-author of a dozen IT books, and frequent contributor of content for PCWorld, and other online media sources. Tony has been a CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) for nearly 9 years, and has been awarded the prestigious Microsoft MVP designation for 6 straight years.
- It's here. Finally. Microsoft is now offering Office Mobile for iPhone. This is huge news for Microsoft Office, huge news for the iPhone, and a game changer for productivity on the go.
4 days 9 hours ago
- Mobile devices and the cloud have transformed the way business is conducted. HP introduced new tools today for business customers to leverage that transformation and work seamlessly with Salesforce and Good for Enterprise.
1 week 14 hours ago
- Changing your LivingSocial password is a good first step, but the attackers already have crucial information you can't change or undo.
7 weeks 1 day ago
- Living in a connected, online world is encroaching on our privacy, but if you use security tools you can maintain some sense of control.
7 weeks 6 days ago
- Microsoft can capitalize on the popularity of smaller, cheaper tablets to carve out a larger market for Windows 8.
8 weeks 1 day ago
- Companies make mistakes, but sometimes there's an opportunity to change course and reverse the damage.
8 weeks 5 days ago
- A year from now, Microsoft will stop supporting the archaic Windows XP operating system. Make haste in migrating to another OS.
10 weeks 2 hours ago
- The addition of file syncing makes Amazon Cloud a formidable competitor in cloud storage, and a great choice for mainstream Amazon customers.
11 weeks 3 hours ago
- What will Microsoft retool in its next Office suite, codenamed 'Gemini?' Here are four things it should start planning now.
11 weeks 4 days ago
- Which note-taking tool stands above the rest? We pit Google's upstart software against the heavyweights from Microsoft and Evernote.
11 weeks 6 days ago
- Yahoo is looking at it wrong. A decade or more into the work from home debate, companies still haven't figured out how to make it work.
13 weeks 12 hours ago
- You're going to be hearing the name Tripwire a lot more, and the name nCircle a lot less probably. Tripwire announced today that it is acquiring nCircle--making it one of the biggest companies in information security.
14 weeks 1 day ago
- Security experts have defined the 20 most important security controls any organization should make now. Start with these four.
14 weeks 4 days ago
- Changes to Facebook's News Feed offer new opportunities for businesses with a Facebook presence.
14 weeks 4 days ago
- The 'bring your own device' revolution is invading workplaces nationwide you must be ready to handle the growing pains.
15 weeks 5 days ago
- The new QualysGuard connector conducts vulnerability scans of virtual servers in the Amazon Cloud.
15 weeks 6 days ago
- BlackBerry customers are at a crossroads: Either stick with BlackBerry or switch to some other smartphone platform. If you're still using a BlackBerry, then you've probably grown tired of watching the smartphone world pass you by. However, the new BlackBerry 10 OS is here, and the BlackBerry Z10 is selling fairly well out of the gate.
18 weeks 12 hours ago
- Dell is going private with the help of $2 billion from Microsoft. What does this mean for them, and the future of the PC industry?
18 weeks 6 days ago
- Companies have to manage security across a wide range of issues and threats. Operating systems and applications have to be patched and updated. Active monitoring needs to be in place to identify and block malware threats. Data needs to be protected to prevent exposure or compromise. Mobile devices and the BYOD (bring your own device) trend represent a new frontier of concerns.
19 weeks 2 hours ago
- Contrary to the Microsoft CEO's assertion that Office for iOS isn't needed, it would be a huge win for the company.
19 weeks 12 hours ago
- State-sponsored cyber threats generally don't target private businesses, but that doesn't mean they can't harm you or your company.
19 weeks 4 days ago
- Microsoft is offering the new Office suite in two versions, but it has stacked the deck to make your buying decision a no-brainer.
19 weeks 4 days ago
- RIM this week hosted a major event in New York to launch the new BlackBerry 10 OS. RIM also announced that the company is rebranding itself as BlackBerry. A fresh new brand with a highly anticipated mobile platform should give the company reason for optimism, but BlackBerry 10 (BB10) isn't just a new iteration of the once-dominant smartphone brand--it's a sink-or-swim proposition that will determine the fate of the company itself.
19 weeks 6 days ago
- All those online services and accounts you've let languish are like zombies waiting to rise from the grave and bite you.
20 weeks 5 days ago
- Facebook shook the tech world's foundation a bit with the announcement of Graph Search capability. Users are anxious for a chance to play with the new feature, and attackers are looking forward to this potent new weapon, er, tool as well.
21 weeks 6 days ago
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