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Women in IT – a question of changing perceptions

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This week Jeanette Marutle, systems engineer at EMC shows women what is achievable so that they can succeed in technical and non-technical IT roles. Marutle believes that if we can make women believe they can achieve anything, we’ll see more of them in the tech space. Marutle would encourage other women to get into the tech space, “Do it! Do it now!,” she says. “There are so few women in technical roles, and while it’s male-dominated, it’s fun and challenging and women bring diverse views and skills needed in the space. “It’s not about men and women,” she adds, “It’s knowing you have a right to be here, and that you have the qualifications and you can excel.”

This week Jeanette Marutle, systems engineer at EMC shows women what is achievable so that they can succeed in technical and non-technical IT roles. Marutle believes that if we can make women believe they can achieve anything, we’ll see more of them in the tech space. Marutle would encourage other women to get into the tech space, “Do it! Do it now!,” she says. “There are so few women in technical roles, and while it’s male-dominated, it’s fun and challenging and women bring diverse views and skills needed in the space. “It’s not about men and women,” she adds, “It’s knowing you have a right to be here, and that you have the qualifications and you can excel.”

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Toshiba dynaEdge DE-100

The Toshiba dynaEdge DE-100 is a mobile edge computing device which offers the power of a PC through its 6th Generation Intel Core vPro processor. Running on Windows 10, the solution can be integrated into the existing IT infrastructure, while simultaneously benefitting from the support and security delivered through Microsoft updates to the platform. A rechargeable battery provides life of up to 6.5 hours.
 
Combined with the AR100 Viewer, workers can benefit from hands-free connectivity, with the device boasting Wi-Fi and Bluetooth – enabling the smart glasses to connect to the corporate network, send and receive data, stream live video and track assets.

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Call of Duty: United Front DLC pack

The Allies have been battered and bruised, but in United Front, the third DLC Pack for Call of Duty: WWII, they begin the dramatic push towards Berlin!
Available on PlayStation, United Front includes three new Multiplayer maps: Market Garden, Monte Cassino, and Stalingrad. United Front also features a new War Mode mission: Operation Supercharge, as well as a fresh Nazi Zombies experience, where four new heroes are sent across three distinct locations to transport and defend the final pieces of Emperor Barbarossa’s sword. 

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