All Tech News > TechWeekEurope
Tell us your IT projects, and enter our Tech Success awards!
London Tech Club meeting discusses successful IT projects
65 percent of readers believe that BlackBerry will not be bought in the next 12 months
Win a TRENDnet N900 Dual Band Wireless Router in our latest competition
Are you in the broadband fast lane or on the hard shoulder?
Our next research looks at what constitutes Tech Success. Help us find out, and come and share the results with us
Forty percent of readers are facing tech cuts while demands increase
Innovative IT projects are rewarded in the inaugural Tech Success Awards
Prepare for online emotions – you are all invited!
Watch this space for more Tech Club events!
TechWeekEurope Deputy Editor recognised at awards ceremony in London
Our survey will reveal Europe’s IT buying process – and give one lucky winner an AR Drone helicopter
Welcome to the new forum for TechWeekEurope readers to share and learn: Tech Club
Three quarters of readers are interested in EE, but have big reservations about cost and coverage
Trade body sponsors our awards programme
Subscribe to one of our newsletters and win a Google Nexus 7
Sponsor us and support Action For Children!
Just over half of readers think that London 2012 will have a negative impact on their business
What effect will the London Olympics have on your business this summer
Forty percent say sneaky colleagues don’t get permission from IT to use cloud services
How well do you know the tech that lets you do email with your coffee?
Are cloud services getting serious business use without passing through IT strictures? Let us know in our latest poll!
Google’s magazine feed Currents, now plays host to TechWeekEurope
LinkedIn is more popular than Facebook for business, but many don’t believe any social network is suitable
The world is full of successful IT projects. Let’s give them the recognition they deserve, says Peter Judge
What do you know about the Royal Family’s technological history?
Green IT could change everything – but what are the sticking points? Come to the debate next week.
It Industry’s annual sleep out hopes to raise £900,000 this October
TechWeekEurope readers know users want to use their own devices, but they don’t want to face the security and administrative headaches
TechWeekEurope will be finding out what is on IT managers’ minds with our new IT Life series