The Network Computing Awards, which have been running since 2007, were set up to recognize IT solutions and companies that are helping organizations to function better by getting the most out of their hardware, software, networks, and systems.
The shortlist, which was announced on Friday 22nd January, was selected after a period of voting that was open to the Network Computing Magazine’s readers, as well as the wider IT industry.
X-IO’s iglu Blaze product which was launched in 2015 has been shortlisted for Storage Product of the Year. Voting is now open and the winners will be announced at the awards ceremony in London on March 17th.
The X-IO Team thanks you in advance for your support and vote! Please make your vote now.
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