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ScienceLogic Sponsors UK Cloud Awards 2017
Leading Hybrid IT monitoring software company backs awards celebrating entrepreneurialism and innovation in the UK cloud industry
Leading hybrid IT monitoring solution provider ScienceLogic has been announced as a headline sponsor of the UK Cloud Awards 2017 for the second time. The awards, established by the Cloud Industry Forum (CIF) in association with Cloud Pro, recognise the leading vendors, customers, and individuals that have set the benchmark for the UK cloud industry over the past year.
The very best providers, projects, and products the UK Cloud industry has to offer will be celebrated at the ceremony that will take place in central London on 15 March 2017. A panel of independent judges will produce a shortlist of contenders and will decide on an overall winner in each category. Submissions for the awards remain open until 24 January 2017 and can be entered at www.ukcloudawards.co.uk.
Clive Spanswick, Vice President EMEA at ScienceLogic, said: “The UK Cloud Awards are the industry’s definitive recognition of accomplishment and have grown in stature since they first launched. We are delighted to be sponsoring this prestigious awards ceremony for the second time, and look forward to seeing the very best examples of what the UK cloud market has to offer.”
Alex Hilton, CEO of the Cloud Industry Forum, added: “ScienceLogic has been an active supporter of the Cloud Industry Forum since they joined our ranks back in 2011, so we are very pleased to have their support for the UK Cloud Awards this year. Interest in the UK Cloud Awards has continued to grow every year and having the support from ScienceLogic again shows that that we have struck a chord with the industry. I have every confidence that the 2017 awards will be the biggest and best yet.”
ScienceLogic was previously awarded the UK Cloud Awards Cloud Management Product of the Year in 2016.
The judging panel – chaired by Cloud Pro’s Founding Editor Max Cooter – comprises of a number of experts in the field of cloud computing, including consultants, analysts, CIOs, academics and venture capitalists. The full list of judges can be found on the UK Cloud Awards website.