[Phpwm] National Security Mark for IT survey

Peter Crouch pccrouch at bcs.org.uk
Tue Jun 5 15:56:23 BST 2007

Hello to you all,

I have been asked to publicise a short online survey being organised by 
UKita to elicit responses to the proposed development of a National 
Security Mark for IT in small businesses.

The UK IT Association (UKita) - www.ukita.co.uk -- launched in June 
2006. It has grown from the West Midlands IT Association (WMita) which 
was established as the private sector organisation responsible for the 
development of a credible and thriving IT industry within the West 
Midlands, particularly in the SME area.  UKita is based in the West 
Midlands, at the Blythe Valley Business Park in Solihull.

If you wish to take part the survey is located at 
http://www.perfectarc.com/ukita and will be running for two weeks until 
19th June.

For those of you working in the SME area UKita hold a number of IT 
Business related events local to the Midlands. These events appeal to IT 
Professionals and IT End User organisations. Please follow this link, 
http://www.ukita.co.uk/events/, to view and/or register for events as 
applicable. If you have any problems, please call 0121 506 9320.

Thank you for your time in reading this far!

Best wishes,

Peter Crouch
Tel:    0121 523 6756
E-mail: pccrouch at bcs.org.uk

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