The addition of the Internet of Things is now hugely expanding that growth.
Computing has decided the time is right to begin specifically recognising and celebrating the biggest and brightest in big data and IoT, and that's what we'll be doing at the Hilton Tower Bridge on 17 May 2017.
Prepare for the inaugural Computing Big Data & IoT Excellence Awards.
From the greatest data governance solution to the most impressive emerging big data technology to the overall IoT profesional of the year, we've covered every category of recognition for a glittering ceremony.
Technology vendors and end users are all invited to enter for consideration, and those successfully shortlisted can look forward to a customary Computing knees-up on the night, with a sumptuous three-course meal and live entertainment.
Entry to the Computing Big Data & IoT Excellence Awards is absolutely free, but we ask all submissions are completed by 3 March 2017, in order to allow our panel of expert industry judges to begin crunching their own data in deciding who stands out for recognition.
See the event's main page for further information and an entry form, and very best of luck with your entries.
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