Biography for David Weldon
David Weldon is senior editor and contributes to FierceCIO, FierceEnterpriseCommunications, and FierceMobileIT. Prior to joining FierceMarkets, David ran his own editorial services company in the Boston area. He has written for a variety of publications and websites on topics related to information technology, healthcare, management, financial services, workforce and workplace issues, and technology in education. David has over 30 years of experience in journalism, and has held senior editorial positions at Computerworld, eWeek, EH Publishing, White Digital Media, and Wellesley Information Services. He is also a former research analyst at Aberdeen Group. Reach him at email@example.com and find him on Twitter @DavidWeldon11.
Articles by David Weldon
Is a showdown imminent over who owns the consumer data generated by mobile? Very possibly, according to a recent report.
Malware on the Android is exploding, according to a new study, the Mobile Security Threat Report, unveiled by security firm Sophos last week at the Mobile World Congress.
Mobility has the potential to bring significant productivity gains to organizations, but many companies still aren't taking those gains seriously enough, a new study finds.
40 percent of apps for Android pose security concerns as "either malicious, suspicious or unwanted," according to new research from the Webroot Research Team.
The BYOD movement will continue to define the workplace in 2014, with small and medium-sized businesses embracing the practice in increasing numbers.
Mobile malware is running amok on company provided and BYOD mobile devices, a new research study finds, making it the top security concern for many security pros.
Not being one to wear their intentions on their sleeve, executives at Apple are staying mum about rumors concerning their efforts to develop the so-called "iWatch." Still, rumors continue to circulate, the latest being that a team of more than 200 people has now been assigned to work on the project.
California lawmakers introduced a bill that would require a "kill switch" for every mobile smartphone or tablet sold in the state.
The Don't Ask, Don't Tell approach to BYOD doesn't work anymore, and a new IBM study confirms that mobile strategy leaders need policies that are well thought-out, documented and communicated.
Two recent studies have shown that young mothers spend more time on mobile devices than any other segment of the population.