Why should you enter the Technology Product Awards?

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Our readers - you and your peers - choose the winners
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Our readers - you and your peers - choose the winners

The awards where you choose the winners are back for 2022.

The deadline for this year's Technology Product Awards is fast approaching: entries close on at 5pm on Friday 22nd July.

These awards recognise the best of the UK's technology industry: from the most innovative and compelling products and vendors, through to the most interesting and successful end-user projects.

This year, we have categories ranging from security and cloud computing to AI and infrastructure, as well as the impressive innovations and inventions that deserve industry-wide praise.

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Winning a Computing award will always provide a boost to your company's profile and open doors to new business opportunities; but taking a prize at the Technology Product Awards goes one step further.

These are the awards where our readers choose the winners, so walking away with a gong demonstrates your undisputed place at the top of the mountain.

Finally, we all know that employees are the lifeblood of every organisation, and entering these awards means the opportunity to reward your staff for their dedication and ingenuity. Any shortlisted entrants will have the chance to celebrate with their colleagues at our live awards ceremony in central London on the 25th November.

Click here to view this year's categories and criteria, or click here to log in and start your entry.

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