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The Awards are the premiere event for the UK IT industry

Entries for the UK's largest and most glamorous technology event close on the 5th July, so get in while you can

Come November, the UK's IT industry will converge on Battersea Arena in London to meet old friends, make new ones and celebrate their achievements over the past year. With live entertainment, pyrotechnics...

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