Win an iPad! But take our smartphone survey first

Network World is conducting a survey of its readers’ smartphone preferences – both in their personal and work lives. Everyone who participates will be eligible to win a free Apple iPad.

Participation is limited to one entry per person. All participants must be 18 years or older and must reside in the United States or Canada. Only those who have filled out the registration form and the entire survey will be eligible to win the iPad.

The survey is meant to gain an objective view of what devices, software, apps, and carriers Network World’s readers are using and how they use them. Especially with so-called consumer devices making their way further into the enterprise, now is as good a time as any to take a step back and see how people are using their smartphones and what they think about them.

Network World will independently aggregate the data you provide us and publish the results. Any personal information submitted on the registration page will be used for no purpose other than contacting the prize winner, and will not be handled by anyone outside of Network World.

The results of the survey will be published within the coming weeks, and the winner of the iPad will be contacted directly via the email address provided in the survey’s registration page.

The survey can be accessed here, and has also been distributed on our Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages. Thank you for your participation, and we hope you’re the one taking our next survey on a brand new iPad.

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