Bytware Announces i5virus Game Winners

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Bytware, Inc., developer of system management and security solutions for the IBM System i, this week announced winners of its i5virus promotion, which was launched at COMMON Focus last October and was concluded in December.

The "i5virus: A Game of Espionage and System i Security" promotion was a combination online game and awareness campaign designed to increase understanding of security issues surrounding the use of PHP on System i.

Combining a YouTube video shot on location in Tokyo with a unique game site that sent players "around the globe" in search of cyber criminals, i5virus became a smash hit with System i users and the media, according to Bytware. More than 1,600 players from 65 countries took part in the game.

Chris Jones, Bytware director of marketing, said he would "like to thank everyone who participated for making the game a great success!"

He said Bytware would like to congratulate the following System i users who were selected as winners in a random drawing from correct and qualifying entries:

Grand prize winner of the Nintendo Wii

Anna Musella-Chiasson

Sr. Analyst iSeries

CGI

Canada

Winners of $100 Apple gift certificates

Kristina Alcorn

Sr. Systems Engineer

Automotive Retail Group

Troy, MI

Suzanne Dahms

Executive Vice President

Union Bank

Lake Odessa, MI

John Pfitzner

Programmer

EFCO Corporation

Monett, MO

Patrick Sczypiorski

Manager of Application Systems

Velvac, Inc.

New Berlin, WI

Although the official promotion and giveaway has concluded, Jones said the i5virus video and game will remain online for the enjoyment of System i users.

If you have not played the game-or would like to enjoy it again-visit http://www.i5virus.com.

About Bytware

For more than two decades, Bytware has worked with IBM users to make their systems productive and secure. As a pioneer of automated monitoring and notification technology in the 1980s, and the System i platform's first and only anti-virus solution in 2003, Bytware says it is leading the way in innovative technology that meets the evolving needs of modern IT. With a network of partners spanning more than 28 countries, Bytware offers one of the most comprehensive sets of ServerProven solutions. Learn more about Bytware at http://www.bytware.com.

Bytware, Inc., developer of system management and security solutions for the IBM System i, this week announced winners of its i5virus promotion, which was launched at COMMON Focus last October and was concluded in December.

The "i5virus: A Game of Espionage and System i Security" promotion was a combination online game and awareness campaign designed to increase understanding of security issues surrounding the use of PHP on System i.

Combining a YouTube video shot on location in Tokyo with a unique game site that sent players "around the globe" in search of cyber criminals, i5virus became a smash hit with System i users and the media, according to Bytware. More than 1,600 players from 65 countries took part in the game.

Chris Jones, Bytware director of marketing, said he would "like to thank everyone who participated for making the game a great success!"

He said Bytware would like to congratulate the following System i users who were selected as winners in a random drawing from correct and qualifying entries:

Grand prize winner of the Nintendo Wii

Anna Musella-Chiasson

Sr. Analyst iSeries

CGI

Canada

Winners of $100 Apple gift certificates

Kristina Alcorn

Sr. Systems Engineer

Automotive Retail Group

Troy, MI

Suzanne Dahms

Executive Vice President

Union Bank

Lake Odessa, MI

John Pfitzner

Programmer

EFCO Corporation

Monett, MO

Patrick Sczypiorski

Manager of Application Systems

Velvac, Inc.

New Berlin, WI

Although the official promotion and giveaway has concluded, Jones said the i5virus video and game will remain online for the enjoyment of System i users.

If you have not played the game-or would like to enjoy it again-visit http://www.i5virus.com.

About Bytware

For more than two decades, Bytware has worked with IBM users to make their systems productive and secure. As a pioneer of automated monitoring and notification technology in the 1980s, and the System i platform's first and only anti-virus solution in 2003, Bytware says it is leading the way in innovative technology that meets the evolving needs of modern IT. With a network of partners spanning more than 28 countries, Bytware offers one of the most comprehensive sets of ServerProven solutions. Learn more about Bytware at http://www.bytware.com.

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