V3 launched its third annual Technology Awards on Tuesday evening with an event in Mayfair for winners from previous years, and 2012 contenders.
The night saw the unveiling of this year's categories, and attendees were able to nominate themselves or others during the evening. But don't worry if you weren't able to make it along, as there is still plenty of time to get your firm's entries in.
It's free to enter, you can enter as many categories as you like, and the closing date for entries is Friday 24 August.
The V3 editorial team will compile the awards shortlist from all the nominations, and V3 readers will then vote for their favourites in each category. As a new addition to the awards this year, there will also be some Editors' Choice awards, voted for by V3 journalists.
The winners will be unveiled at the V3 Technology Awards 2012 ceremony at Le Meridien Hotel, Piccadilly, London on Friday 30 November.
For more information on the event, or to book your place, please contact Christopher Terry on 020 7316 9349 or [email protected].
Good luck to all nominees!
Best business smartphone
Best business tablet
Best business mobile operator
Best mobile management software
Best business application
Best business intelligence vendor
Best business social media product
Enterprise software firm 2012
Infrastructure and security
Best business security provider
Best disaster recovery/business continuity company
Best business internet provider
Best network equipment firm
Best enterprise hosting company
Best business laptop
Best business desktop
Best business printer
Best business storage
Enterprise hardware firm 2012
Best virtualisation product
Best software as a service provider
Best cloud security product
Cloud computing provider 2012
Movers and shakers
Technology hero of the year
Technology villain of the year
Technology event of the year
Technology charity of the year
Technology project of the year
Technology innovator of the year
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