August 10 and 17 Deadlines Approaching for Industry Awards Honoring Innovative IT Departments

JULY 31, 2006 – The submission deadlines for Computerworld's "Best Practices in Infrastructure Management" Awards and the "Best Practices in Business Intelligence" Awards are occurring in August.


Best Practices in Infrastructure Management Awards: Thursday, Aug. 10, 2006

Best Practices in Business Intelligence Awards: Thursday, Aug. 17, 2006

These awards honor IT professionals and departments who have created an innovative approach to solving a common problem, or have refined their processes with new or previous technologies in order to save their company money. Computerworld is looking for IT end-users' case studies to honor in our Best Practices Awards Programs.

Award recipients will be announced on stage at the Gala and Best Practices Awards Dinner held at the corresponding conference, and may be featured in a special magazine-sized supplement to Computerworld, as well as be featured on the event website, and publicized in an official press release.

For more information regarding Computerworld's "Best Practices in Infrastructure Management" Awards Program, visit: . For information about the conference, Infrastructure Management World, September 11-13, 2006 in Scottsdale, Arizona, visit: .

For more information regarding Computerworld's "Best Practices in Business Intelligence" Awards Program, visit: . For information about the conference, Business Intelligence Perspectives, September 25-27, 2006 in Las Vegas, visit: .

End-user finalists will receive complimentary conference registrations.

Further questions regarding Computerworld's Best Practices Awards Programs, please contact Timothy Johnson at (508) 620-7782.

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