Tony Bradley

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.

6 disaster recovery do’s and don’ts from Hurricane Katrina survivors

10 years after Hurricane Katrina: IT lessons learned

10 years after Hurricane Katrina: IT lessons learned

IT pros say being less dependent on physical locations is just one of the keys to ensuring your company doesn’t go out of business when disaster strikes.

Businesses ill-prepared to defend against dramatic rise in zero day attacks

Businesses ill-prepared to defend against dramatic rise in zero day attacks

The Check Point 2015 Security Report highlights a number of key security trends--including the impact of the rise of zero day attacks against organizations.

What you need to know about Heartbleed and OpenSSL

You know that little padlock icon you look for to ensure your Web traffic is encrypted and secure? It turns out that you might not be as secure as you think thanks to a vulnerability that was accidentally introduced into the code of...

Alert: Your password is probably compromised...again

Hackers have exposed millions of passwords from Facebook, Google, and Twitter. Sadly, password compromise is so common that it barely even registers as news any more. Suffice to say that it's probably time to change your password...

6 tools that help businesses tame Twitter

Twitter can be a valuable platform for communications and engaging customers, but only if you can manage it effectively and sift through the clutter. Here are six tools that can help.

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Twitter can be a valuable platform for communications and engaging customers, but only if you can manage it effectively and sift through the clutter. Here are six tools that can help.

7 ways to work faster in Windows 7

Windows 7 contains a number of features to help you work more efficiently and increase productivity, but first you have to learn how to use them.

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