Data science and engineering consultancy Eliiza has appointed former Qantas Emerging Technology Lead, Natalie Rouse Ganderton, as general manager.
Men and women both agree that women are underrepresented in the technology sector globally, but nearly a third of men mistakenly believe women just aren’t interested in technology jobs, according to a new global survey.
Splunk’s president of Worldwide Field Operations runs 68% of the company and has a distinguished career across the NSA, Sun and Salesforce. Oh, and incidentally, she’s a woman.
Cyber security entrepreneur and CISO adviser Jane Frankland wants to establish a code of conduct for conferences, saying advancing issues that promote women in IT will benefit the industry as a whole, irrespective of gender.
Dana Lewis and Zui Dighe were named today winners of Red Hat’s Women in Open Source award for their altruistic work in collaborative and open healthcare.
Wage inequality compared to male colleagues, workplace gender bias and a shortage of female role models are among the main barriers faced by women working in the technology field, according to a new survey by global technology association ISACA.
Gender diversity in the technology sector will be front and centre in the Women in Technology panel debate at the 2017 CeBIT Australia conference in May next year.
The Women in Technology QLD (WiT) organisation and Diverse City Careers (DCC), a job site for women, have joined forces to combine their efforts on the advancement of women in technology industries.
Is the glass ceiling slowly disappearing from the traditionally male-dominated IT industry in Australia?
The National Australia Bank has promoted three women to senior technology roles as it continues what it says is one of the most “significant transformations” of any bank globally across its entire technology environment.
Google wants to see more women in technology and is putting its money where its mouth is, announcing a $50 million initiative in a bid to close the technology gender divide and teach girls how to code.
Are programs designed to boost the number of women in IT doomed to failure?
A senior executive of the National Australia Bank has called for more women to be placed in technology jobs and says that doing this, while creating greater diversity, will also bring “richer thinking” to organisations.
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