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Reg Reader Studies We know just how much you, our beloved and tech-savvy readers, enjoy a good survey. That's just as well, since it's that time of the year again when we give the IT barometer a light tap to see how the air pressure's holding up in the tech world.

The latest probe has a mixed bag of questions - 14 in all, so it shouldn't take too long. They range from "How likely do you think it is that your job will be outsourced overseas in the next year?" (to be answered sharpish before someone in Bangalore beats you to it), to "What is your organisation's view of wireless LANs?"

Sadly there is no "We don't care what they get up to as long as it doesn't frighten the horses" option for the latter, but we're sure you'll enjoy taking a few minutes out of your busy schedule to select an appropriate response.

The survey can be found right here. As ever, it's completely anonymous, so no worries about us flogging your details to ViA*Gra spammers or Nigerian 419ers. Enjoy. ®

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