Our mission statement:
Our mission is to celebrate women at every stage of their technology journey. We're creating a network to enable women to share their experiences, advice, and raise awareness of challenges we are yet to overcome. It is too common for women to feel isolated within this industry, and we're building the foundations to provide women with a platform they can rely on.
Whether you're an apprentice, a manager, a woman, or a man - you have a part to play in helping us tackle the gender diversity deficit. Our goal is that one day soon, this campaign will no longer be necessary.
Holly Brockwell argues for professional mentoring as a positive choice for women in technology roles
Holly Brockwell argues that events need to offer more choice to suit different tastes and lifestyle choices
Inclusion isn't just about hiring amazing women. It's also about listening to them
More work means more rest, argues Holly Brockwell
Holly Brockwell answers the inevitable question from 'That Guy'
'The fact that women want to be treated equally doesn't mean we all have the same needs, and it definitely doesn't mean we have the same needs as men.' Holly Brockwell discusses how tech events need to change
Stand-up comedian, podcaster and author Viv Groskop on what she'll be sharing with delegates at the inaugural Women in Tech Festival
Interview: Louise McCarthy, HSBC's former digital IT transformation director, on how to get more women into IT
Louise McCarthy was behind one of the first-ever implementations of SAP R/3. Now, she mentors the next generation of women in IT
'They didn't take me seriously because I'm a woman' - A story of ignorance in a male-dominated industry
Marie Myers, CFO of RPA firm UiPath tells how she was ignored by sections of the industry because of her gender, and how she was paid less than a man while performing the same role
Men outnumber women in technology leadership roles, with only 16 per cent of roles being filled by women, according to recruitment firm Michael Page
Green discusses her win at last year's Women in IT Excellence Awards, including what it has meant for her career
Launching on International Women's Day, Computing is delighted to announce the return of the Women in IT Excellence Awards for its third year
Computing speaks to Natascha Polderman, Group CIO of Control Risks, and winner of IT Leader of the Year in the SME category at the 2018 Women in IT Excellence Awards
Isabel Richards discusses winning the Rising Star (Enterprise) award at the Women in Technology Excellence Awards 2018
'I realised I'd be a role model but I didn't know what that was supposed to be - so I set up a network'
Sofy Genevieve Large, senior digital delivery manager at EE, speaks to Computing after winning the Future CIO award at the Women in IT Excellence Awards
Computing speaks to Claire Hoxworth, Manager - Service Information & Support, Broadcast & Online Service Management at the BBC, about her win at the Women in IT Excellence Awards
Computing catches up with Emma Jenkins, technical analyst at Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council and winner of the software engineer of the year award at the Women in IT Excellence Awards
Computing brings you a highlights reel from the fabulous Women in IT Excellence Awards
The Women in IT Excellence Awards 2018 were a roaring success, but don't take our word for it, see for yourself!
Computing is proud to reveal all of the winners on the glittering night, celebrating the many female success stories from the UK's IT industry
Computing's biggest-ever Women in IT Excellence Awards were a huge success. Find out here who all the winners were!
Chief People Officer Kristy Friedrichs says that technology is eating the world, and having a limited number of perspectives will hurt the industry and society
The Women in IT Forum covers diversity, education, thought leadership and sexism