Ubuntu nominated in V3 Technology Awards shortlist; cast your vote!



on 17 September 2015

We’re delighted to have been nominated for three V3 Technology Awards this year. It’s been a great year for us and so it’s fantastic to be recognised for our recent innovation.

The sixth annual awards provides the opportunity for V3 readers to vote on the best business products and vendors of the year. The shortlist features 24 categories, such as Best SaaS Provider, Best Mobile App for Business and Customer Project of the Year, across six categories including Security, Cloud Computing and Infrastructure.

We’re nominated in three categories:

  • Best cloud computing provider – Canonical
  • Best business software provider – Canonical
  • Best Internet of Things product – ‘snappy’ Ubuntu Core

Click here to view the full shortlist and click here to cast your vote.

It only takes a few minutes to complete the survey. You don’t have to vote in every award, only those where your expertise and experience applies.

Voting ends on Friday 9th October 2015. The results will be announced at the V3 Technology Awards ceremony at The Montcalm London on Friday 27 November and will appear in a special online report at V3.

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