Unstoppable Force

By  Susan Nunziata — July 02, 2010

SAP Co-CEO Bill McDermott calls mobility an "unstoppable force."

Indeed. There is no doubt that mobile and wireless solutions are reshaping the way we all live and work.

In the midst of this dynamic environment, I'll be making some changes of my own, moving on to an exciting new career opportunity.

In my time here, I've met passionate mobile evangelists from across a wide range of verticals, and had the chance to experience impressive and innovative solutions.

I'm equally impressed by all that our team has accomplished here at Mobile Enterprise during my tenure, none of which would have been possible without your support.

I remain confident that this franchise will continue to grow and prosper in the years ahead under the strong leadership of Publisher Dorene Rettas.

She's backed by a great lineup, including Rob Keenan, our accomplished VP of Media Integration; Mike Cole, our dedicated Associate Editor; Jeff Goldman, our outstanding BlackBerry Central Editor; Pam Ravetier, our immensely talented Art Director; a veteran crew of Contributing Editors; and Scott Vetter, our valued Sales Associate

Many other good folks work tirelessly behind the scenes here, and I am grateful to all of them. In particular, our events team is hard at work to make this year's Mobile Enterprise Executive Summit our best one ever. Check out what they're up to at www.mobileenterprisemag.com/mees10

Special thanks go to our top-notch Editorial Advisory board, whose members have provided me with excellent guidance (and content!), and will continue to participate in making Mobile Enterprise the best that it can be. You'll find them all highlighted below this letter.

If you'd like to learn more about my next endeavor, please be sure to connect with me at http://www.linkedin.com/in/nunziata.

Very best wishes to all.

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