One of Australia's few female chief information officers is noncommittal about the idea of quotas for women in tech, but says that with current moves to boost the number of women in the industry not working, something else needs to be done.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella may be transforming the company from a monolithic, old-school giant to an agile mobile-focussed beast but his views on women in tech might need some adjustment too after he told an audience of women they don't need to ask for a raise.
Apple and JB Hi-Fi have become the latest tech-related companies to release their workplace diversity reports, and both have admitted they're not doing well enough.
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