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Looking in the Right Places: Getting Real About Finding Women Tech Talent
By Marian Cook

Milena Berry is the CEO and co-founder of PowertoFly, a service that connects tech-experienced women preferring to work from home with companies needing vetted technical talent. Prior to founding PowertoFly, Milena served for seven years as CTO of the social activism site Avaaz.org.   Read More

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How SMS Marketing Became Crowded (& What to Do About It)
By Anna Johansson

You've probably noticed an increase in the number of marketing-related SMS text messages you've received in the past few years, and that's no coincidence. Millions of companies have entered the SMS marketing space with the hopes of seeing a higher return over traditional marketing tactics and have managed to find success.   Read More

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Florida Network: March Blockchain Event
By WITI NEWS STAFF

We had a great first event of the year hosted by the Girl Scouts of West Central Florida, who proudly serve nearly 20,000 girls and nearly 9,000 adult members in the Tampa area. It was a pleasure to partner with them for this event.   Read More

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Social Intranet: An Effective Way to Collaborate Team-Wide
By Robin Singh

State-of-the-art technology, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and the Internet of Things are transforming both the internet and the way we use it in our everyday lives.   Read More

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Thought Leader Spotlight: Shamina Singh
By Fatimah Gilliam Founder, and CEO The Azara Group

My first job was at Dunkin Donuts, but my dream job growing up was to work at McDonald's. Eventually, my aspirations shifted to medicine or law, but after working on political campaigns in college, I became passionate about social justice causes.   Read More

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Advice from Women at the Top of the Corporate Ladder
By Anna Johansson

Although walls and barriers are coming down for women, it is not always easy for females in the corporate scene. Expectations are often skewed, and in some cases, we have to work twice as hard to get where we want to be.   Read More