The shadow hero of Long Island’s information technology industry is honored at the first Twenty Top Techies Awards, called T3 for short.
The Plainview-based Long Island Software & Technology Network (LISTNet) and Long Island Press pay tribute to those who rely on large and small companies in Nassau and Suffolk County to make their technology work. It runs smoothly as a matter of course.
“T3 gives your company the opportunity to make your top technician one of LI’s top 20 technicians,” said LISTNet Chairman Peter Goldsmith.
Honorees includes people who set up email, design and build websites, fix crashed laptops and computers, manage and update servers, maintain data safety and backups, and create new software. .. They are constantly adapting to the changing needs of their business.
These technologies have become particularly important this year as the coronavirus pandemic has moved the entire world primarily from home to new ways of working. They allowed all workers to remain productive despite the widespread closure of offices.
But as people in the tech industry know, it can be a welcome job. T3 is an opportunity to recognize and recognize people in companies that make everything work. Honorees can work in tech companies, law firms, accounting firms, banks, retailers, schools, colleges, or other types of businesses.
“The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our daily lives is unprecedented,” said Joanna Austin, the publisher of the publisher. “It changed the way we communicate and the way we do business at so many levels. And only men and women influence technology. These team members are my More than the true hero MVP in the book, using T3 gives them a very valuable recognition. ”
No matter what your company is doing, you can nominate a technician to keep you running online. Nominations will be accepted from September 15th to November 30th. Winners will be announced in January 2021.
To nominate someone for Twenty Top Techies here!!