The award is presented as part of the Home Computing Heroes campaign, launched by V3 sister title Computeractive and hosting firm Strato. The winner was chosen by the V3 team, who felt this entry stood out from the others through its mix of technology and support for the younger generation.
Guildford-based Memset has supported several local groups in the past, for example providing free hosting for charities such as the Surrey Wildlife Fund. However, this year it has gone a step further with the establishment of the Memset Community Fund.
Memset will contribute £6,000 per year to this fund for projects that specifically help young people learn about and use technology, and are based within a 10-mile radius of the firm's Guildford office.
"This exciting new project has been driven by our staff who all live within the Surrey area and are keen to share the success of the business with others in the local community," said Kate Craig-Wood, managing director at the cloud computing provider.
"The fund fits nicely with Memset's aim to promote technology in the community and will be managed by a staff panel, who will decide which projects to support without input from the directors."
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