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What would you do with $80,000 of IT gear and services?

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 22-May-2007 14:36

I just noticed (well, got an e-mail from IBM) that there's a competition going on now (until 30 Aug 2007) called "The IBM/Intel IT Makeover Challenge", with a $80,000 prize.

Basically you have to enter the competition by filling an on-line form, and explaining in 500 words (100 is ok, less is bad, more than 500 seems to be too much detail) how an IT makeover would help your company achieve its business objectives, overcome IT challenges, etc, etc.

Then sit back and wait for the results. But it seems this is open to Australian and New Zealand businesses, so it's a bigger competition...





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