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Microsoft expands APAC Enabler Mentorship Program
"Mentors are the key to success for every professional. A good mentor is a coach, a guide, as well as a vocal advocate."
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JAMF Software
IWD 2022: Jamf on what you can do to break the bias
Both last year’s #choosetochallenge and this year’s #BreakTheBias themes for International Women’s Day should serve as a wake-up call to the IT industry.
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IWD 2022: Barracuda talks fixing the gender imbalance
Making a career in the sector more appealing would see more women applying for advertised roles, writes Barracuda’s Angelina Liu.
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Infosys & Tennis Australia foster leadership & digital inclusion
"We agreed that the next phase in our relationship would be to jointly build programs that have a larger positive impact on our community.”
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Gender diversity
InterTech AU to run mentorship program for LGBTQI+ tech workers
“The new mentorship is an opportunity to expand our support of the LGTBQI+ community working in tech startups to help them embed diversity and inclusion into their company culture."
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Mentorship key to bringing women into cybersecurity - Microsoft
“Diverse teams make better and faster decisions 87% of the time compared with all male teams, yet the actual number of women in our field fluctuates between 10 and 20%. What ideas have we missed by not including more women?”
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Lenovo launches mentorship programme for SMBs
With connectivity being a key driver to the success and growth of regional SMBs, the ThinkBook Mentorship Programme will focus on upskilling the businesses digitally.
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Women in Technology
AiSP launches ladies in cybersecurity mentorship programme
The initiative aims to plug the industry’s talent gap, spur female participation in cybersecurity, and transform the role women play in Singapore’s cyber defence.
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Saving the lost boys
“We’re the ones putting technology in front of kids in the first place. This isn’t about making money it’s about investing time in the future of New Zealand."