Beth Stackpole

Contributing Writer

Beth Stackpole is a veteran reporter who has covered the intersection of business and technology issues for more than 20 years.

Good tech talent is still hard to find (how to bridge the gap)

4 steps to RPA success

4 steps to RPA success

As companies move beyond limited RPA pilots to full-blown implementations, there are four practices to keep in mind to ensure things stay on track.

Why smart enterprises are thinking AI

Why smart enterprises are thinking AI

Companies are leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies to bolster customer experience, improve security, and optimize operations

How to motivate the modern tech worker

How to motivate the modern tech worker

When it comes to attracting and retaining IT talent, money talks -- but creative perks and company culture really help employers stand out

IT turns to employee resource groups to attract, retain tech talent

IT turns to employee resource groups to attract, retain tech talent

Affinity groups can bolster productivity and community among tech teams -- but only if they’re done right. Autodesk, Booz Allen Hamilton, Humana, and others share advice

5 key technologies to double down on now

5 key technologies to double down on now

IT leaders plan to use these key technologies to deliver business results in 2017

5 disruptive technologies to track in 2017

5 disruptive technologies to track in 2017

Savvy tech execs are keeping these cutting-edge developments on their radar screens

IT careers: Do certifications really help?

IT careers: Do certifications really help?

Earning an IT certification won’t automatically land you a job or a pay raise, but it can be valuable in the right circumstances

Forecast 2016: 5 disruptors to keep on your radar

Forecast 2016: 5 disruptors to keep on your radar

Savvy tech execs can't afford to ignore these developments, which stand to remake the future of IT

Forecast 2016: 5 fast-track trends to tackle now (and one to ignore)

Forecast 2016: 5 fast-track trends to tackle now (and one to ignore)

IT will drive business change in 2016 thanks to key tech developments like cloud computing, security, the Internet of Things, analytics, and the emergence of IT as a change agent. 

IT spending reality check: 2014's mixed message

IT spending reality check: 2014's mixed message

Tech budgets and hiring are down from earlier optimistic projections, but IT's confidence is holding steady

The 'always-on' IT culture: Get used to it

Around-the-clock accessibility is now expected for a broad range of IT roles. Here's how to cope

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