This campaign, which will run throughout the year, will examine the state of our domestic IT industry at a time when the country will be at the centre of global attention.
There is huge opportunity this year for UK businesses of all sizes. However, many businesses are also set to experience disruption as millions of people attempt to crowd onto our already creaking transport systems. As a result, companies of all sizes are implementing flexible working practices, raising interesting security concerns.
We will be covering the biggest technology stories from 2012 and explaining their impact on the UK IT industry as a whole.
Latest stories on 2012 Tech
V3 takes a thorough look at what lessons business users can take away from London 2012
V3 survey shows many firms do not engage in social media channels
Much of the Olympics' green innovation occurred behind the scenes
500 schools have now purchased discounted computer equipment that was used during the Olympics Games
Cloud technology's debut at the Olympics was on a small-scale
Olympics medal winner discusses his views on Twitter, online video and the Olympics legacy
Broadcaster plans to retire Red Button to offer fully connected, on-demand coverage
BBC and TfL praised for rapid page load times and availability
Atos, Cisco and BT herald event’s success but preparation for Paralympics already underway
Monty Python proves a hit
Firm also sees 19 per cent spike in broadband traffic during Games
Corporation serves up 12 million mobile access requests during London Games
Andy Murray's golden moment most popular UK medal
Incisive Media is one of many London firms that was ready to support staff working from home during the Olympics
Sir Tim Berners-Lee's world-changing invention comes of age
Big data analytics technology put to the test as Olympics Games unfold
TFL will not be tracking the movement of people around London this summer
London Legacy Development Corporation picks iCity as preferred bidder
Analysts talk to V3 about the unprecedented use of online video during London Olympics 2012
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