There are now just two days to enter the V3 Technology Awards 2016 so make sure you get your submissions before the deadline of 19 August.
If you have started an entry please remember to ensure you submit your application so that it can be considered for the shortlist.
The awards will take place on 25 November at the Montcalm Hotel in London, and will recognise the very best in technology talent, giving the vendors that are so crucial to the smooth operation of all businesses the chance to celebrate their success.
Awards range from security to cloud computing, business software and infrastructure, as well as the movers and shakers section for the technology heroes and projects that deserve praise.
A full list of all the awards can be seen below and on the official awards website.
Entry requires no more than submitting your product or project details for consideration by the V3 editorial team for the shortlist. Companies can also provide a 250-word submission to explain why their entry deserves to be shortlisted.
Those that make the shortlist will then be voted for by the V3 readership of technology and business professionals, giving winners the knowledge that they are considered the best of the best by those they seek to serve.
Best Virtualisation Product
Best Cloud Service
Best Cloud Security Product
Best Cloud Computing Provider
Best Business Application
Best BI/Big Data Vendor
Best Software-as-a-Service Provider
Best Business Software Provider
Best AI/Machine Learning Provider
Best SMB Security Product
Best Enterprise Security Product
Security Innovation of the Year
Best Business Security Provider
Best Business Communications Provider
Best Business Continuity Provider
Best Business Storage
Best Internet of Things Product
Best Business Smartphone
Best Mobile App for Business
Best Mobile Security Product
Best Business Laptop/Hybrid Device
MOVERS AND SHAKERS
Technology Hero of the Year
Technology Project of the Year
Customer Project of the Year
Technology Innovator of the Year
Product of the Year
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