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Women in Tech

4 reasons why talented women are shut out of tech

The reasons why women and people of color are not pursuing computer science jobs are complicated. Director Robin Hauser Reynolds digs in.

International Women's Day: The state of play for women in tech

A lack of women in senior roles is still one of the major issues facing the technology industry today, with reports still highlighting the glass ceiling that women are often faced with.This is despite the rise in publicity following efforts from the likes of Apple and Facebook to address the issue. To celebrate International Women's Day, several industry professionals have offered their opinions on the current state of play for women in the technology sector.Rachel Lane, Director & Practice Lead of Customer Analytics, EMEA, at Verint'Being a woman working in a traditionally male dominated sector certainly has its challenges. But as a gender, we are making progress in the workplace. A recent government backed report from Mervyn Davies shows 25 per cent of FTSE 100 board members are now women. As more women hold these high powered positions, the closer we become to establishing a new normal in the workplace. At the same time we provide young women with even more role models and mentors to as

13 career tips for women in tech, from women in tech

An all-star line up of women in tech, from enterprise to startups, offered their best tips for women looking for a career in tech

Why we lose our female talent before they even start

The current system with 'creatives' of 'placements' fails our young female talent. While young women will leave the UK's advertising and design colleges in equal numbers, about 40% of them will never make it to their first rung of the career ladder. Yes, you read correctly, writes Ali Hanan, creative director and founder of Creative Equals.

What if there were more women in tech? - BBC News

Women in tech and science professions reflect on how things would be different if there were more women in the sectors