Computing's Women in Tech Awards are on track for a big year in 2020, with dozens of prestigious awards to be won by women at all levels, and at every stage of their career
Computing talks to Cypher Coders CEO Elizabeth Tweedale about founding new tech businesses and diversity in the IT industry
Harvey Nash Group CEO Bev White believes that tech culture needs to change to become more welcoming for women
The Festival was a great success in 2019, and Computing and CRN are pleased to bring it back this year to celebrate the success of women in IT and the channel
Charlotte Allery, Employment Solicitor in the Technology Sector at Coffin Mew, argues that the government must do more to promote diversity in the technology industry
Ex-Google executive: Company only pays lip-service to human rights principles as workplace culture descended into bullying
Former head of international relations at Google speaks out over the company's compromises on China and Saudi Arabia, and its use of diversity programmes to bully staff
Another night celebrating the amazing women smashing biases - and the glass ceiling - in tech
'We don't have a very diverse set of people working in AI and I think that's worrying and needs to be addressed'
See all the fun activities, sessions, workshops and events from the Women in Tech Festival - with over 600 people having a blast!
Computing's inaugural festival was a roaring success. Computing' editorial director Stuart Sumner discusses why it's the future for technology events
Entrepreneur Sukhi Jutla graduated into the banking industry, but re-trained herself to enter the challenging world of technology
Diversity is not economics - you need to start from the top, says Pitney Bowes' Sheryl Battles
With more categories and more entries than ever, the 2019 event will be the biggest yet
Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon has worked on STEM subjects with more than 40,000 young people, and is now trying to encourage more women to embrace entrepreneurship
We're trying to get on with our jobs, writes Holly Brockwell
If we had a penny for each of these, there'd be no gender pay gap, writes Holly Brockwell
The CTA has revised its rules for sextech at CES, and it's an all-round good decision, argues Holly Brockwell
Young white men are seen as the world's technical workforce - how can you attract different candidates?
And three things they don't, writes Holly Brockwell
A study has found that women are twice as likely to hold jobs that can be automated
Holly Brockwell argues for professional mentoring as a positive choice for women in technology roles
The pressure is on to increase diversity, so why does the technology industry still lag behind?
Holly Brockwell argues that events need to offer more choice to suit different tastes and lifestyle choices
Holly Brockwell continues her rundown of the ways technology events must change to be more inclusive