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How To Build A Mobile Business Strategy

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According to eMarketer, 2019 was the first year that Americans spent more time on their mobile devices than watching television. This shift to mobile builds on a digital evolution already well underway, one that now sees almost 50% of the world’s population using the internet, 570 new websites launched every minute, and over 3.5 billion Google searches every day. Pandemic Hastens Move to Mobile 
The move to mobile has grown even more urgent with the sudden and expansive nature of remote learning, health, transactions, and more during the global coronavirus pandemic. Mobile now impacts nearly every aspect of our lives, including how we develop and maintain personal relationships, conduct business, form communities, create and disseminate news, and manage our financial lives. 
This bottomless appetite for mobile experiences is forcing many businesses to accelerate their mobile strategies and for those with mobile presences to potentially rethink theirs. But Comcast VP of Engineering for Mobile Engineering Services Edwige Robinson cautioned that businesses need to first think about the business before the technology. 
Mobile Tech Must Support Business Goals
Robinson is clear a mobile strategy is no longer an option – it’s a must-have. But there are some ground rules and recommendations about how to approach …

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Sabre Systems presents Women in Technology Award

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Each year Sabre Systems Inc. recognizes exceptional technical professionals through its Women in Technology Awards.Individuals are nominated by their leadership and go through an extensive review process. Nominees and Top Female Tech recipients are selected based on their technical abilities, leadership qualities and contributions to the tech community. 2020 marks our third consecutive year naming Sabre’s Top Female Tech Leaders. These awards allow us to celebrate the incredible drive, character and achievements of our most prominent women in tech. Females continue to be in the minority in the technology space and Sabre takes our role in closing the gap and supporting opportunities for women in the industry very seriously.Sabre Systems Program Manager Maria VanSyckle-Kelly and Elizabeth Deloggio, a systems administrator, were selected as Women in Tech Award nominees, both with incredible experience and expertise in their respective fields. VanSyckle-Kelly provides support to ADMACS at the Naval Air Warfare Center SE & ALRE Group in Lakehurst while Deloggio supports the P-8A Poseidon Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Aircraft Program Office out of the Naval Air Station Patuxent River. Jennifer Hansen, an executive director of Cyber Solutions at Sabre supporting the Naval Air Systems Command AirWorks at PAX River, was selected …

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PHOTOS: Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame

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August 12, 2020 Georgia Tech women’s basketball has had 11 players inducted into the Georgia Tech Sports Hall of Fame in history, dating back to 1989. Take a look back at the honored players in the photo gallery below. Kate Brandt – Played 1981-84 – Inducted in 1989 Tory Ehle – Played 1984-87 – Inducted in 1990 Bonnie Tate – Played 1977-79 – Inducted in 1991 Jamie Posey – Played 1978-81 – Inducted in 1992 LeeAnn Woodhull – Played 1980-83 – Inducted in 1993 Dolores Bootz – Played 1985-88 – Inducted in 1994 Ida Neal – Played 1986-89 – Inducted in 1995 Marielle Walker – Played 1985-88 – Inducted in 1996 Bernadette McGlade – Coached 1982-88 – Inducted in 1998 Karen Lounsbury – Played 1989-92 – Inducted in 2006 Kisha Ford – Played 1994-97 – Inducted in 2008 RELATED GALLERIES

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One step companies can take to keep female talent from leaving

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Moving towards remote working could help narrow the gender gap in tech. Photo: GettyMore than a third (36%) of women would be likely to stay with their current employer between five and 10 years longer if they were able to work flexibly, a new report has found.Some 70% of women employed in the UK tech sector would be likely to stay with their current company for at least a year longer if they could carry out their role from anywhere and live where they chose, according to The Global Workplace Revolution report, developed from research carried out by Sapio on behalf of global talent company Remote.The majority (57%) of women working in tech placed more importance on flexibility than traditional 9-5 hours, and 53% said they would be open to working flexible hours to collaborate with colleagues in other time zones. Female representation in the UK tech sector stands at just 16%. Moving towards remote working could help narrow the gender gap in tech, as 45% of women think greater international remote working would make the tech industry more global and inclusive.READ MORE: Top 10 most in-demand job skills in the UKOver half (53%) of female tech workers agree that the tech industry needs to work …

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Women in Tech Award finalists announced for Central PA

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Each year, the Women in Technology Awards recognize Central Pennsylvania women who are innovators, trailblazers, role models, and inspirations in the field of technology. On Monday, the Technology Council of Central Pennsylvania announced this year’s finalists in six categories.“The 2020 Women in Tech award and scholarship finalists are a stellar group,” commented Louise Hutchinson, Chair of the WIT Award Committee and a partner with the law firm, Bybel Rutledge LLP, “We celebrate the talent and promise represented in this year’s nominees and welcome them into an impressive group of nominees from years past. This year more than ever, we are so very excited to recognize these talented folks at an innovative virtual awards event, as we continue creating an inclusive tech community that attracts and retains the best talent.”This year’s six Women In Tech Award categories and finalists include:Impact Award – Private Sector/Medium-to-Large BusinessThis award recognizes a woman whose contributions have made a positive impact in the private sector/medium-to-large business market (companies with 15 or more employees).This year’s finalists are:Janna Knapp, Select MedicalTeresa Laudien, Select MedicalKathy Shonaiya, Members 1st Federal Credit UnionImpact Award – Entrepreneurial/Small BusinessThis award recognizes a woman whose contributions …

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10 women leaders in technology; and you’ve not heard of them?

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Unless you’ve been living under a rock you haven’t heard the names of Mark Zuckerberg, Sundar Pichai, Jeff Bezos, and Satya Nadella who head some of the world’s leading tech companies Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Microsoft respectively.But somehow, names of women who hold the position of CEOs’, CFO’s and other leading roles in tech companies does not carry the same recall value. This is purely owing to the fact that they are often not in the spotlight. Nevertheless, you cannot discount their contribution to the world of technology or underestimate their presence and contribution in the field.Here’s a look at some of the most accomplished women in technology who are currently heading or have led some of the biggest tech companies in recent times.

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The Women in Tech Festival is now virtual, and better than ever!

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Jacqueline de Rojas CBE, President, TechUK

The Women in Tech Festival will now be fully virtual, with a host of fantastic speakers and sessions fully available to watch live from the comfort of your own home or office.
The event will be held from Monday 30th November to Tuesday 1st December 2020. The current early bird discount for delegates is £79 + VAT, which will expire on Friday 14th August – so grab your place for this industry-leading experience today!

There will be a huge variety of sessions available, from yoga and mindfulness, through to presentations, panels and workshops catering for all career stages, industries and aspirations.
Jacqueline de Rojas CBE, the President of TechUK, will give an opening keynote on the first day sharing her story of her own inspirations, and explaining how to carve out a career in technology. This will be followed by Vinita Marwaha Madill, the founder of Rocket Women, who will discuss how NASA and the European Space Agency plan to send the next man and the first woman to the moon and how women in STEM are playing a crucial role internationally in sending humans and robotic explorers to the surface of the Moon and beyond.
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Women in Tech festival UK 2020 goes virtual

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This year’s Women in Tech festival UK is set to be held virtually across two days, starting 30 November.
This year’s speaking line-up includes the likes of Jacqueline de Rojas, Anne-Marie Imafidon and June Sarpong.

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Backed by CRN and sister publication Computing, the Women in Tech Festival UK is designed to bring women – and men – together from across the tech supplier and end-user community (see video below for highlights from last year).

The advisory board for this year includes top executives from the channel, including XMA’s Jen Norman, Columbus’ Mary Hunter, Lenovo’s Jane Ashworth and Softcat CEO Graeme Watt, alongside end-users including Sky’s Natasha Sayce-Zelem and Leeds City Council’s Eve Roodhouse.
The launch ticket price of £79 plus VAT expires on Friday.
You can view the full agenda here.

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