SOURCE: Computerworld

March 29, 2007 11:18 ET

April 9 Deadline Approaching for Computerworld's "Best Practices in Mobile & Wireless" Award Nominations

Top Mobile & Wireless Awards Program to Recognize Excellence Among IT End-User Organizations

FRAMINGHAM, MA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 29, 2007 -- Mobile & Wireless World (MWW), in conjunction with Computerworld, is seeking IT end-user organization case study submissions for its "Best Practices in Mobile & Wireless" Awards Program. Entries must be submitted online by 9 p.m. ET April 9, 2007.

Eligible nominees are exclusively IT end-user organizations. Nominations of IT end-user organizations are accepted from IT users themselves, their public relations representatives, or vendors on behalf of their IT end-user customers. Multiple submissions of case studies describing different deployments per IT end-user/organization will be considered.

For more information or to submit an entry, visit:

Five Finalists in each category will be recognized at Computerworld's Mobile & Wireless World, May 21 - 23, 2007, at the Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes in Orlando, Fla. Award Honorees will be recognized on the event Web site, in an event press release, and may be featured in a special Computerworld supplement.

End-user Finalists will receive complimentary conference registrations.

Honorees and Finalists will be recognized in each of the following five categories:

--  Business Evolution through Mobilizing Field Workers
--  Deploying Wireless Mobility in the Enterprise
--  Innovation and Promise
--  Maximizing Mobile Convergence Opportunities
--  Maximizing Wireless Security to Prevent Intrusion
For further questions regarding Computerworld's 2007 "Best Practices in Mobile & Wireless" Awards Program, please contact Duncan Newell at (508) 271-8029.

More information about Computerworld's Mobile & Wireless World can be found at

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