'Computing' celebrated 25 years as the leading IT newspaper last night by awarding the best products, personalities and services that have appeared over the past quarter of a century.
As part of the Computing Awards for Excellence, Tim Berners-Lee was voted by readers as the personality who had contributed the most to IT in the last 25 years.
From Monday you can listen to interviews with the winners on the VNU Web audio channel www.vnunetradio.com.
The complete list of winners are:
IT Personality - Tim Berners-Lee, MIT Laboratory for Computer Science
IT Supplier - IBM
IT Hardware Innovation - Personal Computer from IBM
IT Software Innovation - Java from Sunsoft
Operating System - Unix from SCO
Networking Innovation - World Wide Web by Tim Berners-Lee
Application Software - Navigator from Netscape
High end System - Cray-1 from Silicon Graphics
Most Influential IT contribution to Society - Microprocessor from Intel
IT User - Direct Line
Recruitment Service - Computer People
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