Business use of tablets could save the form factor from stagnation, according to a new reported by Forrester Research obtained by TechTarget.
The top news stories for July 10, 2015.
I came across some interesting stats from Gartner. It seems that mobile phone shipments are expected to be the only bright spot in an otherwise stagnant device market.
Fewer computers than expected will be reading "Intel Inside" this year, as the chip giant reported yesterday that sales for the first quarter are flat.
Chinese PC maker Lenovo is shipping computers with preinstalled adware made by Superfish that can carry out man-in-the-middle attacks by hijacking encrypted Web sessions, reported Ars Technica.
If it's Tuesday, there must be another critical zero-day flaw in Adobe's Flash Player to worry about.
PCs and Macs still offer computer power not provided by smartphones and tablets. But they are tied to the desktop--not ideal for today's mobile workforce. However, at least one company thinks it has solved the computing power versus mobility dilemma.
In an era when PCs were the primary endpoint in the enterprise, chief information security officers (CISOs) can no longer take a "set it and forget it" approach to endpoint security, cautions Jon Oltsik, senior principal analyst at the Enterprise Strategy Group.
It seems like only a year ago that experts were telling CIOs that BYOD programs were becoming commonplace. Now we learn that they are in fact the cornerstone of the new mobile office.
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.