Beth Stackpole, TechTarget

Beth Stackpole


Newbury, MA, United States

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Past articles by Beth:

Why you need a total experience strategy to drive CX and EX

More companies are using a 'total experience' approach to win customers and support employees in the post-pandemic economy. But they won't find a single platform that does it all. → Read More

Business leaders take aim at the CIO role

As the top technology spot becomes more strategic, tech-savvy business leaders are stepping into the ring, giving traditional IT up-and-comers a run for the CIO role. → Read More

Out in IT: A work-in-progress for the LGBTQ+ community

LGBTQ+ IT professionals share their experiences navigating careers in an industry that hasn’t always been welcoming and still has a long way to go. → Read More

How to sustain IT workplace culture — without the workplace

IT organizations are working hard to replicate their culture in the virtual world to keep employee engagement high and foster collaboration. → Read More

CIOs get strategic

As the lines between technology and business blur, CIOs are stepping up their strategy role, taking ownership of new disciplines and serving as a key force behind digital innovation. → Read More

What customer-centric IT really looks like

CIOs are making cultural and organizational changes to forge a direct connection between IT and end customers as part of their charter to boost digital innovation. → Read More

The AI Data Bottleneck

Collecting and managing huge volumes of data means nothing if the compute and storage infrastructure can’t keep up. → Read More

Navigating the Rocky Road of Data-Driven Insights

In a survey of 2,300 global business and IT leaders by MIT Technology Review Insights, in association with Pure Storage®, 87% of respondents said data is key to new business growth and for delivering better results for customers and clients. → Read More

How to Transform Data into Organizational Gold

Data doesn’t transform into a corporate asset overnight. Follow these best practices to create a winning approach. → Read More

Building a Data Analytics Bench

Companies have bought into the concept of the data-driven enterprise, but can’t find expertise to make it a reality. What’s the answer? → Read More

Setting the Stage: The New World of Data

It’s clear data holds the power to transform the modern enterprise. But understanding which data holds the key is the challenge. → Read More

Redefining work in the digital age

Digital technologies are changing the way work is done at CIO100 award-winning organizations, empowering employees to shift focus to higher-value activities. → Read More

State of the CIO, 2018: IT-business alignment (finally) gets real

After years of casual courting, IT and business are finally forging effective ways of working together to pursue shared objectives for digital transformation. → Read More

For PTC, IoT a natural business extension

Comfortable in the CAD and PLM market, there's another area of interest for PTC: IoT. And it's an area the company is already well-positioned in. → Read More

AI gets down to business

New tools and troves of data have CIOs turning to neural nets and machine learning to deliver real-world results. Here’s how six 2017 CIO 100 leaders put AI to work. → Read More

Self-Service Analytics: Grooming the Next Generation of Power Users

For successful data-driven transformation, business users must be empowered to access and use analytics to speed decision-making. What role does IT play in creating self-service analytics capabilities across the business? → Read More

IoT Data Management: Lessons Learned from the Enterprise Data Warehouse

Internet of Things deployments will create ever-increasing volumes of machine- and sensor-generated data. But not all of it will be useful. What’s the right approach to data management for IoT? Hint: You can learn a lot from your enterprise data warehouse. → Read More

Identification-as-a-Service: Fast-tracking Biometrics

Interest in biometric applications is growing, but concerns about complexity and the need for highly specialized expertise has deterred some customers and municipalities from adopting the technology. With the introduction of Identification-as-a-Service (IDaaS), however, organizations have a faster path to realizing all the benefits of this proven technology. Biometrics, which uses biological or… → Read More

Understanding the Basics of Biometrics

There’s little denying that today we live in a more vulnerable world. The explosion of connected devices, the growth in international travel, and the digital-age of business have made us more susceptible to increasingly sophisticated hacker attacks, while the rise in international terrorism has highlighted the need for improved security measures across the globe. Biometrics, the practice of… → Read More

Debunking Common Biometrics Myths

Despite its potential to provide a more effective security posture for a host of commercial and government applications, biometrics is often misunderstood, thanks in part to the stuff of Hollywood blockbusters and science fiction novels. From the early fingerprint scans used by James Bond to the need for the Minority Report’s Tom Cruise character to replace his own eyeballs to avoid… → Read More