Byte Night: where the IT world comes together to network, and do some good

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James Robbins, CIO, Drax and chair of the Newcastle chapter of Byte Night
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James Robbins, CIO, Drax and chair of the Newcastle chapter of Byte Night

James Robbins, CIO of Drax and chair of Byte Night's Newcastle chapter, tells Computing why he feels it's important to get involved

Byte Night, an annual fundraising event where people from all corners of the IT community come together to sleep out under the stars and raise money for charity, will happen on Friday 6th October. The...

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