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.
Millions of people are set to flood into the country for the Olympics and Paralympics. As the event brings huge investment and promotion opportunities to UK businesses of all sizes, especially those that are situated in East London's Tech City, many businesses are also set to experience disruption as the visitors crowd onto our already creaking transport system.
As a result the games will bring an unprecedented focus to the IT industry, as technology departments support companies through implementing flexible working practices, or as local councils use big data analytics to manage traffic and security concerns.
We will be covering the biggest technology stories from the 2012 Games and explaining their impact on the UK IT industry as a whole.
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