WITsend:

November, 2009


November 30, 2009  11:20 AM

Code of Best Practices for Women and ICT

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"European Centre for Women and Technology", "Maggie Berry", Women in Technology

By Maggie Berry

Thanks to the lovely people at WITsend this will hopefully be the first of many guest blogs that I'll be writing. I run womenintechnology.co.uk, a career and networking website for women in IT, so I'm excited to be...

November 27, 2009  4:34 PM

Do Women Really Need To Help Out Other Women?

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"cate sevilla", "oxford university", "women in tech", OXWIP

Last month I was invited to participate speak at a seminar for Oxford University's Oxford Women In Politics group. 


The seminar was titled "Are Women Their Worst Enemies", and was sparked by my post right here on WITsend, called "


November 27, 2009  3:40 PM

Women will continue to lose until the business world changes

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"women at work", Women in Technology

Nicholas Lovell's admission that he has considered discriminating against women, and his frank discussion of why this is so, is refreshing. Contributions like this are exactly what's needed to help move...


November 26, 2009  11:07 AM

Maggie Berry from womenintechnology.co.uk joins WITsend

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"Maggie Berry", Women in Technology

We're very excited to have Maggie Berry, the director of womenintechnology.co.uk join us as a contributor.
Womenintechnology.co.uk is a network with 6,000 members, providing women with a job board,...


November 24, 2009  11:14 AM

Will tech companies ever learn?

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"technology advertising", Microsoft, Women in Technology

Oh Microsoft, you are spoiling us! The Sugababes as the new faces of Windows 7? Who are you trying to reach? Eight-year-old girls? Because I'm not an advertising expert or anything, but last time I...


November 23, 2009  3:12 PM

In pictures: the business case for women in tech

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"National Center for Women and Information Technology", "Women in IT: the Facts", Women in Technology

The National Center for Women and Information Technology has produced a great report called Women in IT: the facts. The summary slides set out a crystal clear business case for boosting the number of women in tech.

What's clear...


November 4, 2009  11:05 AM

Calling all men who tech – time to speak out for female colleagues

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"men in technology", "Sue Black", "Women and Work Commission", Women in Technology

Sue Black is one of the UK's best known campaigners for more women in technology, and she says it's time for men to stand up and be counted when it comes to women at work. Things have moved on from 20 years ago - more men now understand the rationale...


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