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Microsoft is offering its partners a hefty discount on leadership programs for women in a bid to improve diversity in the local tech sector.  Microsoft Australia has partnered with Women Rising, a career and leadership coaching program for women, to offer the course to internal employees and those of its


Good news to finish the decade: the Australian Institute of Company Directors reports that the percentage of women on ASX 200 boards has reached 30 per cent for the first time. There are still, however, seven companies in the ASX 200 with no women on their boards. They are (as at

There is a global skills shortage in cybersecurity and one of the major factors is the lack of women in the industry, according to Myla Pilao, director technology market research, Trend Micro.  During the Women in Tech panel at Trend Micro’s CloudSec event in Melbourne recently, Pilao said there is

After reaching an all time high in at the end of last year, the number of women on ASX 200 boards has stalled at 29.5 per cent. That’s slightly lower than December 31, 2018 when women accounted for 29.7 per cent of all ASX200 board positions and further away from

For most of July Which-50 secretly erased men from our coverage. Then we told the world about it. We documented the process of excluding men and what we learned in a cover story titled No Man’s Land. This piece was accompanied by stories from 22 women about the misogyny they’ve experienced