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As the mobile world turns

It’s hard to believe the first year of Modern Mobility is in the books.

At this time in 2014, this magazine was nothing more than a thought in the mind of our publisher. By year’s end, it had received the green light from TechTarget’s powers that be. We had a staff and stable of columnists in place by February, and the first issue came off the virtual presses in March. Those four months were a whirlwind of planning, designing, tinkering and refining—a process that has continued as we’ve produced each issue.

Much like the enterprise mobility market itself, Modern Mobility will constantly evolve. In 2016, we’ll introduce a new expert column about the intersection of mobile technology, cloud computing and analytics. Our Face Time interview series will expand beyond vendor executives, bringing you insightful discussions with analysts, CIOs and other thought leaders. And our cover stories will expose emerging trends that businesses need to prepare for.

It’s appropriate that our first year ends with this month’s cover story, “Requiem for BYOD.” The bring your own device trend was once all the rage, but over time, its importance has diminished.

Mobile computing is about so much more than figuring out whether an employer or its employees should own their smartphones and tablets. It’s about enabling more efficient, effective, collaborative and flexible work styles. More organizations—from the c-suite to developers and IT admins—have come to this realization over the past year. As they put this vision into practice, we’ll continue to be with them every step of the way.

See you in 2016!

This post originally appeared in the November/December issue of the Modern Mobility e-zine.

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