Biography for Caroline Wall
Caroline Wall is an associate editor of the Enterprise IT group. She edits for:
Before joining the Enterprise IT group, Caroline worked as an intern with the Government group at FierceMarkets. She graduated in 2013 from the oldest operating women's college in the nation--older than the constitution--Salem College. Caroline is a proud North Carolina native with a soft spot for chocolate lab puppies and Netflix. She works from the Washington, DC office and can be reached by email or twitter.
Articles by Caroline Wall
Windows Phone is finally enterprise-ready with its recent reboot and shift from its former consumer-facing priorities, according to an article at WindowsITPro.
Alohar Mobile launched a new app this week called PlaceUs that gives contextually aware location information to a user's small group of family and friends, according to a story at Gigaom.
Advertisers have even more incentive to go mobile with the results of this year's IDG Global Mobile Survey pointing to an abandonment of traditional print media in favor of smartphones and tablets.
Most consumers agree that making an online payment is easy, but 40 percent don't take advantage of mobile payments, according to PayPal's latest study. One of the biggest hindrances? Security.
Mobile ads are to be responsible for the biggest increase in U.S. ad spend since 2004, predicts eMarketer.
Marketers need to speed up the rate of data analysis and action based on that data in order to satisfy customers in an increasingly mobile society, according to Tony Costa, a senior analyst at Forrester Research.
Your business may be missing out on mobility money if your team isn't dedicated to crafting topnotch mobile apps, a study of mobile users finds.
Sen. Al Franken has proposed a bill that would ban clandestine location-tracking apps, but mobile advertisers could suffer as a result.
Consumers choose smartphones with larger screens not only for utility, but also because it pleases them on an emotional level, according to research conducted at Penn State University and Sungkyunkwan University in South Korea.
Beyond Verbal--a startup based in Tel Aviv--is developing a technology that recognizes human emotion behind words. Innovation like this could shake things up in the enterprise.