There is nothing wrong with lionising Ada Lovelace, but as we near International Women’s Day for 2021, let’s not forget that there are plenty more inspirational women to discuss in a computing context. Brian Runciman MBCS reports.
The most influential woman in tech
Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE is Computer Weekly’s most influential woman in tech 2020. She talks to Johanna Hamilton AMBCS about getting girls into tech, awards, equality and why sometimes it’s great to have compliments about your laptop and shoes.
A new European roadmap to cleaner, greener data centres
While our exit from the European union is very much in the news, our shared purpose and collaboration with our neighbours isn’t so widely celebrated. John Booth MBCS, Vice Chair of the Green IT SG and Managing Director of Carbon3IT, looks at energy hungry data centres and explains how (and why) the green tide is turning.
The shape of cloud security during WFH
It has been almost a year since the first lockdown came into effect in the UK and brought with it the shift to working remotely, writes Danny Phillips, EMEA VP, Sales Engineering at Zscaler.
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