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It is all too easy to let the news of a double-dip recession to get to you, particularly if you are a woman attempting to get back into work after a maternity career break. Yet we live in the age ...
I had several interesting conversations with IT security experts, at InfoSec Europe on Monday, about whether women are better suited in IT security then in any other area of IT.
On Thursday 12th April about 110 people descended on the University of Bath for the 5th BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium. The Lovelace is one of the biggest events in the BCSWomen calendar and the aim ...
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That phrase 'a problem shared is a problem halved' couldn't ring truer. Male or female, young or old we've all experienced one of those manic days at the office when the sheer amount of emails, ...
Recently IT service provider the FDM Group hosted a 'Women in IT Advantage Session' aimed at females considering a career in IT.
Facebook's all-male board of directors has been the recent target of women's group Ultraviolet, which last week launched an anti-sexism campaign against the social media giant. The group, which ...
If someone was to ask you 'who are the most influential people in technology,' who would spring to mind? Steve Jobs? Bill Gates? Eric Schmidt perhaps? There is no doubting that they have all ...
Here is an interesting statistic for you: according to e-skills UK, the country will need around half a million people to take on careers in technology within the next five years. While such ...