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International Women's Day news stories - Page 2

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Cybersecurity
IWD 2022: Security Centric Queen Aigbefo on breaking the bias
The #ChoosetoChallenge theme from last year's International Women's Day sparked a remarkable change and saw more diversity in the IT and security industry.
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International Women’s Day honored with virtual coffee talk
Rocket Software will be hosting its quarterly Women Leaders in Technology Coffee Talk on International Women's Day, 
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Women in Technology
IWD 2021: Kablamo talks Australian tech & returning to the world as a mum
Who knows what the future holds for my career - but I know that it will always be in technology.
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Women in Technology
IWD 2021: Barracuda manager on promoting a 'diversity of thought'
Women can be and are leaders, but they may not fit into a male legacy management style, writes Barracuda territory manager for ANZ Angelina Liu.
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Women in Technology
IWD 2021: CrowdStrike director on championing women in the workplace
"A part of supporting each other is networking with other professionals. Harness the power of technology to open this dialogue up further across different media platforms, create events, share stories, and help other women on their career journey."
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Women in Technology
IWD 2021: 8x8 manager on nurturing female talent
The most important thing is having a long-term commitment to investing in staff, writes 8x8 channel enablement manager for A/NZ Sophia Demetriades.
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IWD 2021: Cohesity manager on how to better mentor women in IT
"Companies need to have programs that support the development of their teams, in both professional and personal development."
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Women in Technology
IWD 2021: Achievers manager on a diversity gaps in leadership
"The IT industry as a whole needs to reinforce a commitment to zero tolerance of gender-based harassment and discrimination, sexual harassment and bullying."
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Women in Technology
IWD 2021: Talend CISO on empowering women in the workplace
"It’s time to break down barriers to equality. We need to feature technical women in a way that resonates with young female audiences."
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Women in Technology
IWD 2021: Nintex director on challenging gender norms in IT
"Few people would disagree that there need to be more women in senior management roles within Australian tech companies. What’s less clear, however, is how this can be achieved."
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IWD 2021: Ping Identity manager on women in the cybersecurity industry
By changing the perception of IT security roles, you are instantly addressing a wider available talent pool, writes Ping Identity marketing manager for ANZ Vivienne Horsfall.
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IWD 2021: Turnitin director on incentivising diverse staff
Companies need to provide fair and equitable pay and roles for women, writes Turnitin director of academic partnerships Anna Borek.
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IWD 2021: Cohesity manager on what organisations can do to support womens' careers
"IT companies need to create and promote sponsorship programs to help women gain visibility, awareness, coaching, and support to further their careers within the organisation." 
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IWD 2021: LogRhythm VP on recognising the skills women bring to the table
"There is an opportunity for IT companies to strengthen their learning and development pipeline and help women acquire the relevant skills."
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Women in Technology
IWD 2021: Making the tech sector more diverse by making it relatable
Cloudera's Renee Dvir writes about gender diversity in the tech sector.
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Women in Technology
IWD 2021: Forbury manager on bringing more women into the IT industry
"More focus needs to be placed on supporting women throughout their careers with flexible work practices, and providing them with opportunities to rise in the industry."
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Women in Technology
IWD 2021: Snowflake manager on improving female representation in IT
"Perhaps I'm an optimist, but I'm a firm believer that women will attain senior leadership roles given the opportunity, which will be on merit."
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IWD 2021: BlackLine VP on empowering employees in a diverse workplace
"Companies should ensure there are both men and women sponsors who will use their voice, support initiatives and take action."
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IWD 2021: Site24x7-ManageEngine director on women in the IT industry
"Women in management positions should work to foster an environment where both men and women are comfortable discussing their ideas, suggestions, and problems without inhibition."
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IWD 2021: Zscaler manager on how to get more women into Australia's IT industry
"To get more women interested in tech, we need to connect them with other women, who they can relate to and help to propel and jumpstart their career trajectories from an early age."
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Women in Technology
IWD 2021: What does the IT industry need to do to attract more women in the years ahead?
We need to actively create working environments that are attractive to women, including flexible working arrangements and equal opportunities for career development and salary, writes Tecala general manager for people and culture Renata Bastalic.
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Nextgen
NEXTGEN appoints its first female managing director
The company announced yesterday the appointment of Lynne Jeffery, who will head the company's New Zealand operaiton.
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Women in Technology
IWD 2020 interview: Boomi's Tania Mushtaq
As a celebration of International Women’s Day, we’re running a series of interviews with women in technology. Boomi's APJ marketing director Tania Mushtaq shares her thoughts.
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Women in Technology
IWD 2020 interview: F5 Networks' Jade Meara
As a celebration of International Women’s Day, we’re running a series of interviews with women in technology. F5 Networks A/NZ head of marketing and executive board member Jade Meara shares her thoughts.