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Editor At Large Thomas Claburn,
Mobile
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Associate Editor Michael Endler
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  Eric Zeman,
Mobile and Wireless
 
  Mathew J. Schwartz ,
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Contributing Technology Editor at Large: Art Wittmann  
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Contributing Technology Editor,
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Michael A. Davis  
Contributing Technology Editor,
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Contributing Technology Editor,
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Jonathan Feldman  
Contributing Technology Editor,
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Randy George  
Contributing Technology Editor, Digital Business, Big Data: Michael Healey  
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Carolyn Lawson CIO, Oregon Health Authority
Jason Maynard, Managing Director, Wells Fargo Securities
Randall Mott, CIO, General Motors
Denis O'Leary, Former Executive VP, Chase.com
Steve Phillips, Senior VP and CIO, Avnet
M.R. Rangaswami, Founder, Sand Hill Group
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