Biography for Caroline Wall
Caroline Wall is an associate editor of the Enterprise IT group. She writes weekly for FierceMobileIT. Before joining the Enterprise IT group, Caroline worked as an intern with the Government group at FierceMarkets. Caroline is a proud North Carolina native with a soft spot for chocolate labs and 30 Rock. She works from the Washington, DC office and can be reached by email or twitter.
Articles by Caroline Wall
Amazon threw its smartphones in the fire Wednesday, according to a report on The Wall Street Journal. Maybe not quite into the fire, but definitely on the back burner.
Augmented reality – or AR – platforms like HoloLens could take the place of desktops in a work environment, according to the latest information from research firm Tractica.
Enterprise mobile app security company Appthority uncovered a zero-day vulnerability called "Quicksand" within Apple's iOS that could pose data security problems for companies using mobile device management platforms.
Any designer knows that her work doesn't just appear out of thin air. It takes time to envision a design and build it to a company's liking. Sometimes that design needs extra eyes on it throughout the process. Design-sharing software Wake may be the key to getting these designs in the appropriate hands for critique.
Cybersecurity experts at Onapsis, a provider of security products for enterprise apps, have brought to light three vulnerabilities in SAP Mobile that could affect enterprises deploying mobile applications using the platform.
Google introduced Hangouts 4.0 to Android users Monday complete with a sexier design, faster chatting feature and easier navigation, according to a post on the Google blog.
On an overseas business trip and need to translate a phrase without missing a beat? Microsoft may have the solution with the Thursday release of its Translator app on the Apple Watch and Android Wear.
Android users beware – hackers may be able to remotely steal your fingerprint from the sensor of your mobile device. Researchers plan to present their findings about the vulnerability this week at Black Hat.
Retail giant Target is turning to beacons to boost its customer experience. The chain began piloting beacons Wednesday in 50 of its stores so that shoppers may receive coupons for items on their mobile devices based on their in-store location.
When users and enterprises become interested in certain technologies, so do hackers. It makes sense, right? More users mean more potential data to steal. To prevent this from happening, Underwriters Laboratories is creating security guidelines to help wearables makers ensure they're implementing adequate security precautions.