NetSuite: women leaders in technology is a legacy that needs to catch up

Nicky Tozer, EMEA Vice President Oracle NetSuite, had an unusal journey into technology. Here, she explains why the lack of women leaders in tech is a legacy issue.

How STEMettes helps young women solve problems using tech

Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon, Founder of Stemettes on improving STEM take-up in young women, staring in a music video and Brexit.

Women in Defence: defence community delivers pledge for gender balance

Defence Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan launches Women in Defence Charter.

Why women in tech need mentorship that goes beyond good intentions

PTC’s Hillary Ashton explains why mentorship must go beyond good intentions, and why women in tech aren’t getting all the advice they need.

Women in tech – best practices for gender equality

Gender equality in the tech sector has a long way to go. Especially when tech’s leaky pipeline sees women leave the industry at a 45% higher rate than men.

How to encourage more girls to choose a career in STEM careers

There may not be a clear difference between female and male careers, but society certainly believes that some roles are more suited to girls and others to boys. But what happens when a girl wants to shed the stereotype and pursue a career in STEM?

Government CSIIF invests a further £100,000 in developing diverse talent in cybersecurity

The Government’s Cyber Skills Immediate Impact Fund (CSIIF) invests in training initiatives focused on encouraging women, BAME and neurodiverse candidates into a career in cybersecurity.

Code42: why diversity of thought is the key to tech innovation

Code42’s Jadee Hanson explains why a lack of diversity of thought is stifling product innovation in the tech industry.

Syncsort: championing D&I fuels tech innovation and business success

Dr Tendu Yogurtcu, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at software company Syncsort, explains how a love of mathematics set her on her chosen career in the technology industry.

Plugging the gender gap in STEM

Jonathon Gilplin assesses women’s relationship with STEM and manufacturing industries and provides ways that companies can decrease the gender gap in the industry.