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The 5 BIG issues in Tech - Take part in our global pulse survey of Tech Experts

Let's build the world's largest study of people who work in tech

From London to Sydney, Moscow to New York; whether you are a CTO, software developer, digital expert or helpdesk analyst; whether you aspire to be a CEO or just happy doing what you’re doing - the next few minutes could be invaluable to you.

Why?
We've created a 5 minute survey that asks some razor sharp questions on five big topics that matter to the tech community and we’d love you to take part.

So, what's in it for me?
Well for a start your you can make your voice heard. Immediately upon completing the survey you will get instance access to a snapshot of the results. Later on in the year, once we have analysed the data in much more depth we will then send you more detailed analyses, including access to the data sandpit where you can get your hands dirty playing with the data itself, as well as give you the opportunity to have your own comments published along with the report. Your name in lights.

You can play in the sandpit. We'll also give you access to our unique data sandpit, where you can get your hands dirty playing with the data itself. Ever wondered how software developers in the U.S. compare with ones in Asia or Europe? We can provide the answers. Do security experts trust their personal data with third parties more or less than the rest of us? Take part and you'll find out.

What's more you'll also be invited to one of our fantastic tech meet ups, or webinars.

The Pulse Survey covers a wide range of topics including;

1. What new technologies will define the future?
2. Just how big is Big Data?
3. Are we really in control of our personal data?
4. What skills are people learning to enhance their careers?
5. How does your salary compare to your peers?

Last year over 3,000 people in more than 40 countries took part. Will you join them?

Take part in the 5 BIG Issues in Tech Survey.