Women in Tech
Wild Digital panel discusses why having women in leadership brings real value to a business.
Offers proven strategies for turning business ideas into fluid, effective business models.
There can be no doubt that Nuraizah has opened the door for women in the mobile technology space.
Four Year 6 students from the Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) were recently selected as semi-finalists in the ‘middle school’ category of the Technovation Innovation Challenge, a global technology entrepreneurship programme for girls.
If women become fluent users of technology, Malaysia could achieve gender equality in the workplace by as early as 2060, according to consulting firm Accenture.
IBM executive security advisor Diana Kelley says that anyone can pursue a career in STEM-related fields, including women, and that they should ‘just do it.’
Asia Pacific continues to lag when it comes to women in the workplace, especially in senior management roles, a new study has found, much in line with the findings of other studies.
The key to attracting girls in Asia Pacific to study STEM subjects and pursue STEM-related careers lies with families, according to MasterCard’s inaugural Girls in Tech research.
On International Women’s Day, Microsoft’s Dr Daiana Beitler puts the spotlight on the leading ladies who have helped transform our world with technologies that we now find hard to live without.
Only 10% of cybersecurity professionals in the world are women, and Acuity Solutions president Kristin Lovejoy – who will be taking part in a panel session at HITB GSEC Singapore – tells Keith Liu what women can bring to the table.