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
Mobile workers who book office spaces may find solace in a new mobile reservation and tracking tool that allows them to communicate with colleagues on workspace location.
Application developers are taking their sweet time developing apps for Apple Watch, and the jury's still out on what the incentives are for app makers who support the wearable, according to information released by research firm Strategy Analytics.
Mobile engagement company Urban Airship today announced Connect – its new service that provides businesses with real-time customer data that in turn allows those businesses and their marketers to target customers with relevant offers.
Users of appFigures and Adobe Analytics will be able to view data from both platforms from within Adobe Analytics, thanks to an integration of the platforms that's now available.
Apple officially released Monday its watchOS 2 update with a number of security patches. The updated operating system was supposed to arrive Sept. 16, but was delayed due to an unspecified unspecified bug found in development.
Fitness wearable maker Fitbit announced Wednesday its compliance with HIPAA regulations, enabling its corporate wellness product Fitbit Wellness to be more attractive to businesses.
A new report showing what Apple Watch users like best about their smartwatches points to an enterprise use case for the Watch.
New York-based tech company FiftyThree released Thursday a version of its mobile app Paper for iPhone and iPad geared toward business users.
Chip maker ARM and Beijing-based smart device platform technology provider Thundersoft have opened what they're calling "an Internet of Things one-stop shop" for startups and original equipment manufacturers in the form of the ARM Innovation Ecosystem Accelerator.
Bring your own device has been part of the tech conversation for years, and a quick scan around the Internet will give you no shortage of advice and opinion columns on the workplace trend. But what is the state of BYOD in 2015? I sat down with Sarah Lahav, CEO of Israel-based service desk solution software provider SysAid Technologies, to find out.