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30th March 2017
A night for Champions

The presentation ceremony for the 2017 Network Computing Awards took place on 30th March at the De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms in London. Former England cricket Captain, Chris Cowdrey, was MC for the evening. He was assisted in presenting the trophies by Ray Smyth and Dave Bonner from Network Computing and Comedian, Ian Stone.

The Network Project of the Year recognises impressive work that has been carried out in recent times. The category for public sector projects was won by Nexthink for its work with Barnardo’s. In the category for Private Sector projects, Opengear claimed the crown for its work with Secura. The Bench Tested Product of the Year was contested by all the solutions which had been reviewed for Network Computing over the previous 12 months. GhangorCloud’s Information Security Enforcer was chosen as the winning product by Network Computing’s Editor, Ray Smyth.

In the voting categories, plenty of new names made their mark. These included webCRM who won in the competitive CRM Product of the Year category and distributor, NBM Technology Solutions, who were voted "One to Watch Company." In addition, some familiar past winners were back for more. Dell collected two awards. Extreme Networks did even better, winning three. And Wick Hill - who are now part of the Nuvias Group – were voted Distributor of the Year for the 10th time in 11 years. The organisers congratulate all of the new champions and thank everyone who supported the awards. For the full list of results click on "2017 Winners"

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