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
Wearables will become a main staple for enterprises and industrial work settings by 2020, according to a report by research firm Tractica.
Smartglasses will get their start in the enterprise, and it's crucial to find appropriate use cases in order to cement their standing in the workplace, said Atheer Labs CEO Alberto Torres in a recent interview with TechRepublic.
Here at FierceMobileIT we've been curious about the use of wearables within the enterprise. We've covered everything from Google Glass at airports to Apple Watch in factories, and now Samsung is detailing its plans for innovation within the enterprise wearable space.
The Apple Watch has the potential to invade the enterprise and drive innovation, but it probably won't be as all-consuming as the smartphone, accoridng to Ross Mason, founder and vice president of product strategy at MuleSoft.
Handle your Apple Watch with care, as it could fall victim to scratches that cause damage to the glass screen.
Security and privacy have been major topics of discussion in the world of wearables--think Google Glass--and the Apple Watch isn't immune to these concerns.
This week has seen a few indications that the Apple Watch might just find a home in enterprises.
The Apple Watch is due to release on April 24, and the enterprise will soon be getting some attention by the makers of this wearable.
Excited to use an Apple Watch in the workplace? It could cost you and your employer dearly, if the data on your watch isn't secured.
Video collaboration company Vidyo is partnering with smartglasses maker Vuzix to bring wearables-based videoconferencing and "see-what-I-see" technology to enterprises.