The Social Media Awards 2011: Winners and photos

Social Media Awards

The Social Media Awards 2011: Winners and photos

Social Media Awards 2011

Computer Weekly's search for the best use of social media in IT is finally over after hundreds of nominations and thousands of votes we now have the winners and the Social Media Champion - Kate Craig-Wood, of cloud computing firm Memset.

Find out more about IBM's involvement in the Social Media Awards.

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Here is the full list of winners below.

Best new blog of the year

Runner-up: Robert Kelly

Winner: WinRumors

Best use of social media – private sector

Runner-up: Salesforce.com Cloudforce 2011

Winner: AVG Anti Virus

Best use of social media – public sector

Runner-up: Idea Street

Winner: Met Office - Social Media 'When it Matters'

Best use of social media - Individual

Runner-up: Kate Craig-Wood

Winner: Tom Warren

Best use of social media – not-for-profit sector

Runner-up: Justgiving

Winner: Easyfund raising.org.uk

Best IT video

Runner-up: Back Up: Don't Smash Up

Winner: Capgemini - Counting Down to the 13th European Energy Markets Observatory

Best IT Industry blogger

Runner-up: Kate Craig-Wood, Memset

Winner: Capping IT Off from Capgemini

Best IT professional blogger

Runner-up: UK Web Focus

Winner: Elizabeth Harrin – A girl’s guide to Project Management

Best CIO/IT Director blog

Runner-up: Capgemini CTO blog

Winner: Atos CIO Blog

Social Media Champion

Based on the most overall votes across all categories.

Kate Craig-Wood

Kate Craig-Wood

Kate is an award-winning technology entrepreneur; the co-founder & managing director of Memset, the cloud computing company. Her Kate's Comment blog analyses the latest developments in the world of IT, she is an active social media user and has helped to raise the profile of her company very effectively using social media.

 

IBM is proud to sponsor the 2011 IT Social Media Awards

The world now spends more than 110 billion minutes on social networks and blog sites per month. This equates to 22 percent of all time online or one in every 4.5 minutes.

IBM logoJust 10 years ago, there was another significant shift in the way people interacted with each other: the Web came to the workplace. From e-commerce and peer-to peer file sharing to the emergence of web-based solutions for financial, accounting, and supply chain systems, the web has become a serious business tool for organisations and industries of every kind. And the evolution continues.

Now social networking services are on track to replace email as the primary communications method for many business users in the next few years.

Learn more about this trend in a series of IBM thought leadership papers around how industry leading organisations are harnessing social media to drive real business results.

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This was first published in December 2011

 

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