Brian Nadel

Contributing Writer

Brian Nadel is a contributing writer for Computerworld and the former editor in chief of Mobile Computing & Communications magazine.

Trip Prep 101: Taking the anxiety out of business travel

IT buyer's guide to business projectors

IT buyer's guide to business projectors

Confused about which projector to get for your company? Here’s a look at the major categories, technologies and specs, along with buying advice.

How to use a smartphone as a mobile hotspot

How to use a smartphone as a mobile hotspot

Here's everything you need to know about Wi-Fi tethering.

USB-C explained: How to get the most from it (and why it's great)

USB-C explained: How to get the most from it (and why it's great)

The era of USB-C computing is here. We’ve got tips on how to take advantage of those new ports on your laptop, phone or tablet.

The wireless road warrior’s essential guide

The wireless road warrior’s essential guide

You can leave your cables at home and still be able to charge your phone, get online, print and more.

IT buyer’s guide to business laptops

IT buyer’s guide to business laptops

Business-friendly notebooks come in all shapes, sizes and prices. Here's help picking the laptops best suited to your organization’s various employees.

Review: 3 digital whiteboard displays for business collaboration

Review: 3 digital whiteboard displays for business collaboration

Meetings are made more productive by interactive displays that you can write on and share with remote participants. We review the Google Jamboard, the Microsoft Surface Hub and the InFocus Mondopad.

Review: 4 online backup services keep your data safe

Review: 4 online backup services keep your data safe

We test cloud backup software from Mozy, Carbonite, Acronis and IDrive. Find out which offers the best security, speed, features, interface and price.

Review: Asus VivoBook W202 with Windows 10 S

Review: Asus VivoBook W202 with Windows 10 S

Although it's aimed at the education market, this sturdy laptop -- and the locked-down Windows 10 S operating system it runs on -- has potential for business as well.

Toshiba Portege X30 review: The clamshell strikes back

Toshiba Portege X30 review: The clamshell strikes back

The new Toshiba Portege X30 is a tough, top-performing Windows 10 laptop well-suited to demanding enterprise users.

How we test Windows system performance

How we test Windows system performance

A quick rundown of how we assess the performance of Windows computers.

Samsung Galaxy Book 12: A top 2-in-1 for the enterprise

Samsung Galaxy Book 12: A top 2-in-1 for the enterprise

Samsung’s new business-friendly tablet with detachable keyboard, the Galaxy Book 12, gives Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 a run for its money.

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