The Secrets of Successful Female Networkers
Harvard Business Review
One oft-cited reason why more female executives don’t advance to top management jobs is their lack of access to informal organizational and industry networks. Some people blame unconscious bias: High-ranking men connect more easily with other men. Others cite professional and personal obligations, from office housekeeping to child-rearing, that disproportionately fall to women, leaving them less time to develop professional relationships.
Power Women 50. The world’s most influential women in the Data Economy
Data Economy Magazine
Data Economy is proud to run for the first time the “#PowerWomen50”, showcasing the 50 women who are leading data centres, cloud, edge computing and data through charting new innovations or technological breakthroughs, sheer investment or business acumen, or exceptional entrepreneurial skillsets.
The Secret To Women’s Empowerment Is Women
The combined voice of women is powerful and it can uplift our communities. We should be standing up for other women at work, telling success stories and banding together so that we can’t be ignored.
How This Female Fortune 100 Executive Is Helping Women Advance In STEM Fields
At a time when women continue to be underrepresented in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), it is heartening to see women who rise to leadership positions and actively encourage and empower other women to advance.
The Importance of Women Mentoring Other Women
Elizabeth Lund, a vice president at Boeing, reflects on the lessons she’s learned and passed on during her career as an aeronautical engineer.
How Diversity Makes Us Smarter
Decades of research by organizational scientists, psychologists, sociologists, economists and demographers show that socially diverse groups (that is, those with a diversity of race, ethnicity, gender and sexual orientation) are more innovative than homogeneous groups.
Britain Sabotaged its Computing Industry Being Male Chauvinists
Green Data Center Blog
Did you know that one of the contributing factors in the decline of British computer technology was efforts to give preference to men to be computer programmers and operators?
7x24 New England March 2017 Event
Milldam Public Relations
7x24 Exchange New England hosted its March event last night with a theme focused on women who work in mission critical facilities. The panel, moderated by Jennifer Cooke, Research Director at IDC, featured Aheli Purkayastha, Product Manager for Purkay Labs, Jeanne Karpel, HR Director for Integrated Design Group, and Kathy Colacchio, Applications System Engineer for Lahey Health.
Let’s Talk about Women in the Data Center
Data Center World
Some in the data center industry have for several years been sounding alarm bells about a quickly aging workforce. Relatively few young people pursue careers in data centers, while demand for data center capacity is growing quickly, a combination that can soon bring the industry to a full-blown crisis.
Google’s Diane Green on the Rush to the Cloud
The Wall Street Journal
The head of Google’s cloud-computing division explains what companies can gain by migrating their data.
WiMCO Committee Member Heather Dooley named among the Top 5 Women in the Data Center Industry 2017
Google’s Heather Dooley, who is also a WiMCO Committee Member, was named one of the Top 5 Women in the Data Center Industry to celebrate International Women’s Day 2017.
Imposter syndrome: Why do so many women feel like frauds?
It’s a feeling most women know well. You’re sitting in a meeting, giving a presentation or just chatting to colleagues, and suddenly you can’t help but imagine that there’s a giant neon sign above your head, flashing the word “fraud”.
The Data Center Industry Has a Problem: Too Many Men
Intel’s top female exec says these two things could fix Silicon Valley’s gender problem.