Education Minister Nick Gibb has claimed the UK needs more women in the technology sector to allow it to compete with the rest of the world.
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There are still more men than women in the ICT industry - and the number of female CIOs is falling, according to recent research.
Girl Geeks, an organisation that aims to support and develop the talents of females in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), has teamed up with Accenture to tackle the gender gap.
Friday 16th January at the Sage Gateshead will see the #NEDigitalGirls event take place, a conference that will attempt to encourage more women to consider Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) careers.
Just 26 per cent of those employed in Britain’s digital industries are women, a new report from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES), had shown on Tuesday.
Blair was the guest speaker at the sixth annual Future of Wireless International Conference, where she underlined how wireless tech can better the world.
This year's exam results reveal that the technology gender divide starts early, with just 15 per cent of Computing GCSEs going to female students, despite record numbers taking the course.
The vast majority of IT professionals firmly believe that gender discrimination is still a big factor in the workplace.
A shamefully high proportion of women working in the technology sector have either witnessed or experienced sexism in the workplace, according to a new survey released by Crunch.
We’ve heard a lot about gender inequality when it comes to the tech business throughout 2014, and as we head into a new year, a new report has once again underlined the spectre of inequality in the industry.
After the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing interview gaffe last week, Nadella is still busy repairing the damage.
When it comes to IT jobs, a pitifully low amount of those applying are women, at least according to many employers in the technology sector.
Network Rail has won the IT Ambassador Award at the Real IT Awards for its attempts to encourage women to consider an IT career.
Durham University's Dr Lydia Heck shares her perspective.
More and more, women are launching careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, commonly referred to as STEM.
The firm employs over 88,000 people worldwide of which the vast majority, 63%, are male - while white employees make up a total of 60% of the workplace.
Socitm, the association for IT and digital professionals working in local public services, is set to launch an initiative that aims to support women and promote their advancement in the sector.
HP has pledged a stack of cash, along with BT, National Grid and Oracle, to help girls aged from 10 to 14 learn new computer skills.
Happy Ada Lovelace Day - an international celebration of the achievements of all women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).