Men of tech strip down for Movember calendar

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Men of tech strip down for Movember calendar

Men from ASX-listed tech firm LiveTiles along with Microsoft and Apple have stripped down for a humorous “Sexy Men of Technology Calendar” to raise money for Movember.

Among those pictured in various stages of undress is chief executive of Microsoft SharePoint LiveTiles, Karl Redenbach. LiveTiles was spun out of Australian Office 365 consultancy nSynergy and sells a Sharepoint interface tool.

Also posing for the good cause are Livetiles UK partner and sales manager Lee Ralph, David Salter from Rhipe Solutions, Mike Fitzmaurice from workflow automation company Nintex and Microsoft’s US media and cable industry lead, Scott Bounds.

The photography “plays off each individual's personality” and the relevant season for that month. 

Printed calendars are being sold for $35 and digital downloads for $20, with the proceeds going to the Movember Foundation.

Redenbach said: ”As a company operating in an industry that is predominately male we were looking for a creative way to make some noise around men's health and to encourage men to go to the doctor and take their health seriously.” 

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