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Microsoft fixes flaws in EMET security tool with latest update

Microsoft has released an updated version (5.1) of its enhanced mitigation experience toolkit to fix flaws in the tool that provides protection for PCs running Windows.

Tablets struggle to find use case

While Apple launched its new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 last week to much fanfare, consumers aren't convinced that they a need the latest iPad or any tablet for that matter.

What does the HP split mean for enterprise mobility?

Big news this Monday is HP's announcement that it will split into two publicly traded companies--an enterprise focused company and a personal systems/printing company. The move is expected to free up resources for HP to invest in enterprise mobility products and services.

Enterprise PC demand compensates for tablet decline in European SCD market, says IDC

Strong demand for portable PCs and desktops in the enterprise space helped compensate for weak demand for tablets in the second quarter of 2014, resulting in overall growth in the smart connected device market in Western Europe, according to market research firm IDC.

Is it time for enterprises to ditch their PCs?

Could enterprises switch out all of their PCs for tablets and still be as productive? Yes, says Mike Elgan, a Silicon Valley-based tech writer in a Baseline article.

News Scan: Tablets and mobile devices topple PCs; Employees not into ESNs; more

The top news stories for July 9, 2014.

Tablet sales growth to slow in mature markets this year, says Gartner

Tablets are moving into the late adopter stage of device adoption in mature markets, where sales growth is forecast to slow this year, says market research firm Gartner.

Macs get thumbs up in the enterprise

Most of the 200 IT decision makers surveyed by Redshift Research on behalf of Parrallels believe that Macs are more reliable than Windows-based PCs, and close to half of their firms offer workers Macs.

IDC revises 2014 global PC shipments to show even deeper declines

Regardless of the slump in PC shipments, 300 million new computers each year is still a huge number. For enterprises, the figures are probably not as important as ensuring that its wireless infrastructure is up to scratch to accommodate the huge influx of BYOD devices that are currently displacing PC shipments.

Mobile device use for financial transactions to spur red hot mobile biometrics market

The worldwide mobile biometrics market is forecast by TechNavio to surge at a 157 percent compound annual growth rate through 2018, fueled by the increasing use of mobile devices for financial transactions.