Mere hours are left to put your name forward for the V3 Technology Awards, with entries closing this Friday.
The Awards are free to enter; simply submit details of your product or project, and our editorial team will review it and decide if it should be added to the shortlist.
Our readership of IT professionals, from across the UK, are also our judges, so winners can be sure that the market has said a clear "Yes" to their product.
A full list of categories can be found here. This year we have separated the Infrastructure and Business Mobility categories, to provide more granularity for our entrants.
Our 2016 award winners can be viewed here.
We will hold the ceremony at the IET: Savoy Place in London on the 24th November, with all shortlisted entrants invited to attend. It promises to be a fantastic evening.
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