Today is international women's day 2017, and finally our ovaries, fallopian tubes and career aspirations are able to work in synchronisation. Aruna Jayanthi, head of business services at Capgemini, was interviewed this week regarding women and their careers in the tech industry. She had some really refreshing opinions on women in tech.
Burning bras at the ready… Women in the IT Industry has been a much deliberated topic over the past few years, we've all seen the articles, heard the tales and seen a fair few sassy ladies making their mark. But now it would seem the government are tackling the problem at its root and taking steps to interest teenage girls in I.T.
Admit it, Friday, wind down… have a check of your twitter…. Ah wait….
If you tried doing that last Friday you'd have been rudely prevented by the mother of all DDoS attacks. We're sure you've not failed to miss the news, but now the party responsible step forward…
Should we police or dictate how our employees dress? Should we only allow them to represent our brand if they have a specific body type or sense of style? What about internet commenters or trolls? Is it ok for them to bombard our employees with abuse? These were some of the questions that we were forced to consider after an (so we thought) innocuous social media post caused such an uproar.