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
A pair of new studies finds that mobile technology and tablet devices do indeed make a difference in the teaching and learning environment.
We are in the midst of a connectivity revolution, and CIOs need critical insights in order to manage this new mobile environment. That is the message of a new report from Macheen, a mobile cloud application service provider.
U.S. businesspeople working with their Chinese counterparts will benefit from a new mobile app that enables them to receive free calls from China Mobile numbers.
Nearly 60 percent of employees abandon the corporate mobile apps they are expected to use because of poor design and lack of features, according to a study of 1,000 U.S. employees sponsored by Mobiquity.
A new study on BYOD practices finds that mobile devices are so common in the workplace that a majority of employees believe they will replace the company-sponsored phone within five years.
To address the growing need for qualified mobile IT professionals, IT trade association CompTIA announced a new CompTIA Mobility+ certification program to verify IT professionals have the skills they need to keep pace with mobile market advances.
Retailers should expect to see an "omni-channnel" approach to holiday shopping this season--PC, laptop, tablet and smartphone all working together, says Yabbly CEO Tom Leung.
Traffic on YouTube from mobile devices jumped more than six-fold over the past two years, according to Google, which owns the popular social media site.
Despite concerns over security and patient information privacy, the healthcare industry is one of the most aggressive when it comes to adopting BYOD.
Online retailers expect healthy sales increases this year with mobile commerce playing a major role.