The IT Blog Awards 2009 winners

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The IT Blog Awards 2009 winners

Faisal Alani

The Blog Awards 2009 ceremony, in association with IBM, was held at Shoreditch house in London.

Below you will find a list of the winners and runners up as weel as a slideshow.

Videos and photos will go up shortly.

 

 

 

 

  • CIO/IT director
    Winner: Capgemini – CTO Blog
    Runner up: CIO Blog – Peter Birley


  • IT consultant and analyst
    Winner: ITP Report – Alim Ozcan report
    Runner up: The IT Skeptic

 

  • Individual IT professional male
    Winner: Steve Clayton - Geek in disguise
    Runner up: TechHead
  • Individual IT professional female
    Winner: Flynny’s blog - EMC Consulting
    Runner up: A girl’s guide to Project Management

 

  • Company/corporate: large enterprise
    Winner: Technology blog - Capgemini
    Runner up: TechCrunch

 

  • Company/corporate: SMEs
    Winner: Girls’n’Gadgets
    Runner up: The Symbian blog

 

  • Project management (including methodologies, e.g. Agile)
    Winner: A girl’s guide to Project management
    Runner up: ZDNet – IT project failures – Michael Krigsman

 

  • Sustainable and green IT
    Winner: Greenbang
    Runner up: Kate Craig-Wood – Kate’s Comment

 

  • IT security
    Winner: Graham Cluley’s Blog Sophos
    Runner up: Countermeasures

 

  • Open source in business
    Winner: BrianTeeman.net
    Runner up: ComputerWorld UK – Open Enterprise

 

  • IT Twitter user of the year
    Winner: @gcluley
    Runners up: @stephenfry and @rickmans

 

Best of the Best 2009

Winner: Graham Cluley’s Blog Sophos


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