The second in our series of articles featuring IT executives and the great advice their father gave them in life, as well as lessons they've learned from fatherhood (and have applied to their IT careers) is here, and this may yet grow to into a three-part series, but here's the next set of top tech commentary!
Earlier this year, iTWire ran articles celebrating International Women's Day and Mother's Day, celebrating female leaders and entrepreneurs, and sharing the best advice received from mums respectively, and we're doing the same for fathers and men this September and November, starting with Father's Day 2021.
Cognisant of the fact its employees are, by nature, built to change, CA Technologies has enhanced its family friendly benefits giving "all employees worldwide, male and female, a minimum of 12 weeks paid leave during the first 12 months following the birth or adoption of their child".
Parenting is, of course, one of the toughest jobs.
Finally, parents, tweens and teens are getting real to the cyber threats of online attacks, cyber bulling, risky online behaviour and more, according to Intel Security’s latest report.
Apple fans are spending hundreds of dollars on new iPhones but that's nothing compared to one Belgian teen, who dropped $53,000 on in-app purchases for strategy game Game of War: Fire Age.
Teenagers are already grappling with hormones and rebellion but are now having to do so surrounded by Snapchat and Instagram, and a new range of resources are being launched by the federal government to help both students and their teachers and parents.
Qantas has apologised to the family of an eight-year-old boy who was exposed to a hardcore pornographic image on the airline's Facebook page.
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