Charlotte Trueman

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Charlotte is Staff Writer at IDG Connect. She is particularly interested in the impact technology will have on the future of work and promoting gender diversity throughout the tech industry.

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Human Resources

Does a lack of talent threaten to undermine tech diversity?

McAfee’s Chief HR Officer Chatelle Lynch discusses her approach to building a more diverse company and why there’s always more she could be doing

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Blockchain

How blockchain can help tackle ticketing touts

Aventus is pioneering B2B ticketing software infrastructure to solve some of the biggest problems facing the ticket market

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Cybersecurity giant McAfee puts collaboration at the heart of its strategy

Cybersecurity’s first responders pledge to keep battling against the biggest enterprise risks

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Networking & Communications

The latest quantum breakthroughs explained simply

Australian physics professor talks through his team’s breakthrough quantum discoveries which could underpin a future communication network

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Security

FireEye: 'Insecure data is the new asbestos'

Cybersecurity can no longer be ignored by the board of directors.

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Business Process Automation

Fear of AI could kill the security benefit of this 'sixth sense'

Chris Stancombe from Capgemini explains why we need to embrace, not fear, Artificial Intelligence.

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Training and Development

Female tech leader suggests girls must be pushed into STEM

Entrepreneur, Monica Eaton-Cardone, believes education holds the key to eliminating tech’s gender bias

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Human Resources

Cloud-based Appirio drives diversity through homeworking

Appirio CMO, Latané Conant, discusses how a “new type of professional services” promotes diversity

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Telemedicine

Could an ARM brain chip end neurodegenerative diseases?

CSNE and ARM partner up to cure neurological conditions with a brain-implantable chip

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Human Resources

Perspective: Krista Anderson of Okta on being a woman in Silicon Valley

Okta CCO Krista Anderson calls time on sexism in the technology industry

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