Posts Tagged ‘women who tech’
Posted by Renee Schmidt

Levo league, a new wave of women, takes on on the challenge of equal pay.

On April 17th, President Obama proclaimed – National Equal Pay Day, calling Americans to recognize the full value of women’s skills, their contribution to the work force, acknowledge the injustice of wage discrimination, and join efforts to achieve equal pay.

Make some noise generation Y ladies! National Equal Pay Day has defiantly broken the glass ceiling, right? Well, not exactly.

Sad to say, not all companies have taken recognition to the ‘end of inequality.’ Levo League aims to change that.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

I spent some time at Verizon this morning helping a client port her number from a T-Mobile Android to a Verizon iPhone. The real fun began when we couldn’t transfer 2,400 contacts off the Droid’s SIM card. Needless to say, I wish we had the ConXfer App!

ConXfer is a patent pending wireless, mobile to mobile secure contacts transfer application. It simplifies the process of securely transferring a user’s contact and mobile business cards from one device to another using WiFi or Bluetooth.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

What’s ‘Tech for Women’ Anyway?

Statistically speaking, women are far more tech savvy than many think. I’ve often cited a Bloomberg article on female tech prowess, and for the sake of substantiating this post, in recap fashion, let me share again those incredible statistics

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

 

Fox News LIVE (live.foxnews.com) with Gregg Jarrett (@GreggJarrett)

TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington (@Arrington) is under fire for comments he made about women and minorities in the technology industry. According to Arrington, there aren’t many minority or female entrepreneurs in tech. SheBytes founder Renee Schmidt says Arrington’s opinions weren’t very PC, but he’s right (read more here).

November 9th, 2011- 11:05AM Segment

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington (@arrington) generated a stir of controversy in a recent interview for some comments he made about the lack of women and minorities in the technology industry.

But, to me the real question is:

Is Arrington right?  I weigh in.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

SheBytes has done countless articles on crucial female topics such as gender inequality in the workplace, women and technology, where are the superwomen and embracing femininity.

It seems that despite the clear inequality that still exists between males and females in the workplace, very little has been done by companies which has been effective in remedying this issue.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt


Women ARE tech savvy!  We didn’t need Bloomberg to tell us that!

I’m a corporate entrepreneur and techie with a deep rooted passion for interconnection.  SheBytes, while still in its evolution, is my personal blog and “HER” Resource on Technology: for Business, for Life, and for the Soul.  SheBytes was inspired by both the dearth of female entrepreneurs (specifically in tech) and by the lack of tech savvy education opportunities for women in business.  It’s no surprise then that I was really inspired (and affirmed) by a recent article on Bloomberg titled:

 
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