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
Networking giant Cisco announced Wednesday its plan to acquire Internet of Things platform provider Jasper to the tune of $1.4 billion.
More than one-quarter of head-mounted displays will be designed for the enterprise in 2018, says Gartner
Virtual and augmented reality head-mounted displays, like the Oculus Rift or Microsoft HoloLens, will not only make major strides in the consumer market this year, but also in enterprises, predicted Gartner.
Gone are the days of manually collecting data from each animal on the farm. The world of wearable technology for livestock is growing, and Modern Farmer recently outlined five wearable device that dairy farmers could attach to their cows to better track vital data like health, location and even the presence of predators that could harm them.
Google Glass can no longer be found on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or any other social media site, and the Google Glass name is essentially dead, according to a discovery by 9to5Google. However, the Enterprise Edition of the Glass technology is just starting to awaken.
If wearable technology is to remain successful and disruptive, devices must be able to handle multiple applications and have a decent battery life, according to Frost & Sullivan.
Enterprise mobility management vendor SOTI released the latest version of its MobiControl product this week and opened its application programming interfaces so that third parties can integrate parts of the EMM platform into their own workflows.
Despite the emergence of larger tablets in 2015, the smaller 7- and 8-inch branded tablets will remain the most popular for the time being, ABI Research predicted.
Enterprise messaging and mobility company Infinite Convergence Solutions announced Monday that its NetSfere secure mobile messaging service is now available on Apple Watch and Windows Phone.
Fitbit, the popular fitness tracker vendor in the wearables market, now faces a class-action lawsuit after customers complained of inaccurate heart rate monitoring in its products, reported The Verge.
Samsung took a page from Apple's playbook by announcing two new premium versions of its Gear S2 smartwatch at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. With their sleek appearance and high price tag, the new smartwatches will likely appeal to high-level executives on the go.