The presentation ceremony for the 2013 Network Computing Awards took place on 14th March at the Hotel Russell in London’s Russell Square. Comedian John Moloney and Event Manager Dave Bonner presented the awards. There was good news for Check Point Software Technologies whose Full Disk Encryption was voted “Security Product of the Year” and “Product of the Year.” There were also two awards for Emulex and two for CA Technologies including the prestigious “Company of the Year” award. Trend Micro’s Deep Discovery was voted “New Product of the Year”. BT’s work for the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games won them the “Project of the Year Public Sector” Award. and Roger Greene of Ipswitch won the “Contribution to IT Award.”
The organisers thank everyone who supported the awards through being a sponsor, through attending the awards ceremony, through making nominations or casting votes.