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An iPod in return for sharing your IT Priorities

ZDNet UK is launching its IT Priorities research programme for 2005 and needs your help to make it a success
Written by Andrew Donoghue, Contributor
With the new financial year just beginning, our new IT Priorities survey is now live and we want you to get involved and tell us about your IT plans for 2005. The information gleaned from the survey will be used to shape our editorial coverage for the year ahead. Oh, and you get the chance to win an iPod.

Enter the survey for your chance to shape our editorial schedule, and of course win an iPod, here.

At ZDNet UK we pride ourselves on tackling the issues our readers want to see addressed, from highlighting the latest security flaw in Windows, to whether blade servers make sense for your business.

In 2003, the IT Priorities programme was created with the goal of tying our editorial coverage even more closely to the purchasing and implementation plans of UK business. To this end we have since carried out regular reader surveys every 90 days to gauge whether Linux on the desktop really matters or how many companies are using 3G mobile technology?

In particular we will use the information to fine-tune our range of IT Priorities Toolkits to ensure that these content portals mesh with your IT plans going forward:

Answering the majority of the questions is simply a case of ticking boxes but you also have an opportunity to describe any IT projects you may be particularly proud of in more detail.

Remember, you'll only be entered for the iPod draw if you complete the survey — but this should only take five minutes of your time.

If you provide your consent, our editors may choose to follow up some of the information provided in the survey in order to share some of the lessons learned with other readers. Any information published will be completely anonymous unless previous agreement has been sought with the companies in question.

Find out more about the IT Priorities research programme here.

IT Priorities Toolkits
Enterprise Applications
Hacking and Cybercrime
Desktop Linux
Management Skills
Mobile Devices
Network Management
Remote Working
Server Upgrades
Small Business
Viruses and Spam


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