Sarah K. White

Senior Writer

Sarah White is a senior writer for CIO.com, covering IT and healthcare careers, among other technology topics. Previously Sarah has worked for TechnologyGuide, a consumer technology publication, writing reviews, how-to articles, news, and features. She also worked for Monster.com managing two niche sites for healthcare and technology careers.


How to get your network and security teams working together

How to get your network and security teams working together

Your network and security teams may have different goals and objectives, but as networks grow more complex, it’s time to get these two teams on the same page to help avoid miscommunication around security threats.

Microsoft Surface rumor roundup

Microsoft Surface rumor roundup

What are the chances we'll see a Surface smartphone or desktop device alongside the next Surface Pro and Surface Book? If you believe the rumors, the chances are good.

IT leaders share their strategy for creating authenticity

IT leaders share their strategy for creating authenticity

Authenticity at work is more important than eve, but what makes a leader authentic? These four key traits will help determine if you're leadership is viewed as authentic by your employees.

Is emotional intelligence the key to customer service training?

Is emotional intelligence the key to customer service training?

A positive customer experience is key to a successful business, but if you aren’t training and coaching your employees on emotional intelligence, you may be losing sales and customers.

How to prevent millennials from burning out at work

How to prevent millennials from burning out at work

A lot can be said about millennials at work, but one thing seems certain: This generation is stressed-out and anxious. Here’s how you can help.

7 top apps for sharing large files

7 top apps for sharing large files

Never again have an email kicked back because it’s too large by using one of these apps aimed specifically at helping you share, edit and store oversized documents.

How millennials are shaping the future of work

How millennials are shaping the future of work

Millennials are a driving force in the future of the workplace, pushing companies to modernize in order to keep up with the competition.

Top 10 cities for tech workers

Top 10 cities for tech workers

A high salary can mean nothing if you're living in a city with a high cost of living, like San Francisco or Boston. But in these 10 cities that are experiencing job growth, you can find a decent salary with a low cost of living.

IT resume makeover: Don’t try to please everyone

IT resume makeover: Don’t try to please everyone

Writing a resume means knowing your audience. If you try to please everyone, you’ll only wind up with an unfocused and disjointed document filled with unconnected work experience and accomplishments.

How to manage the 7 biggest workplace fears

How to manage the 7 biggest workplace fears

Everyone's experienced some level of stress at work, and chances are, it's stemmed from one of these seven workplace fears. However, managers can ease those fears.

Why every tech pro should learn to code

Why every tech pro should learn to code

You might think the need for coding skills applies only to programmers, but that is far from the case. This popular STEM skill has found its way into nearly every industry and is quickly becoming a skill.

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