Women In Tech

Webinar Presentation Tips from an introverted presenter

For some, speaking in public is a real terror. I am also very nervous before I speak, simply because I care and I want to do well. I don't believe I've got over a fear of speaking, but I do believe that I have learned to manage it better through preparation, failing and succeeding. The purpose of this blog is to share tips and tricks for delivering webinars. As a fellow introvert, you may want to learn how to deliver webinars as a step forward into speaking. So, I hope that this helps, and I look forward to your comments.

Diversity, Women In Tech

Intersectionality, Diversity, Inclusion and Equality – how they can work together for workplace and tech community

It may come as a surprise to you that the history of statistics and data science is fraught with racism, sexism, class, race, colonialism and anti-Semitism. Even if you do not have much of a data science background, you may be aware of some of the issues. For example, Fisher's exact test is a statistical… Continue reading Intersectionality, Diversity, Inclusion and Equality – how they can work together for workplace and tech community

Business Intelligence

7 ‘C’s of Automation with Power Platform

Don't know where to start on your Power Platform journey? How can you help your company to evolve, adapt and succeed using Microsoft’s Power Platform to stay at the forefront of the competition, and win the race to success? What are the benefits that the future of technology could bring to you and our organisations, right now? In this post, we’ve collected together our essential list of 7 ‘C’s to help give you a quick start with Power Platform solutions.

Business Intelligence

What’s wrong with the term data literacy? Here’s an alternative

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaffrgUWooE Data Literacy is another buzzword that gives me some discomfort. I prefer the term data fluency, and I'll explain why later. In the meantime, I thought I'd share some context on why I dislike the term data literacy because it hides much wider questions and problems. I don't think data literacy is a very… Continue reading What’s wrong with the term data literacy? Here’s an alternative

Business Intelligence

The Janusian conflict between the CISO and the DPO

The CISO is often said to have two overriding fears: everyone who works for the company…. and everyone who doesn’t. By contrast, the DPO looks at data through the lens of the individual. Under GDPR, companies must have a DPO if they collect, store, process or share sensitive personal data or extensive volumes of personal data. There is a conflict between these roles, however, and this post suggests ways to resolve the issues.

Women In Tech

Why 2020 wasn’t all bad, and moving forward

The thing with hitting rock bottom is that it gives you a strong foundation to build on. It strips away the inessential, the distractions, and the toxic people and situations that are not helping you to be directed towards your goals. It also gives you more empathy, and it forces you to have faith in your own resourcefulness and abilities. 2020 helped us to do that, with 2020 vision. For those who survived, let's lift up others as we go along.