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.


Macbook Pro vs Surface Book i7

Macbook Pro vs Surface Book i7

The latest versions of the Surface Book and Macbook Pro both offer top-notch performance at the same price, but which device offers better features and more value?

IT Resume Makeover: Presenting an executive image

IT Resume Makeover: Presenting an executive image

Looking to land your first tech executive role? Here’s how to overhaul your resume to catch a recruiter's eye and demonstrate your qualifications.

5 apps to gamify your personal and work lives

5 apps to gamify your personal and work lives

Being productive can be a challenge some days, but these five apps are designed to turn your to-do lists, habits and chores into a role-playing game.

Security budgets continue to grow, but is it enough?

Security budgets continue to grow, but is it enough?

Cybersecurity is now a top concern for businesses, but the reality is that it should have been on their radar years ago. Why did businesses wait so long to invest in cybersecurity?

How to use gamification to improve employee engagement

How to use gamification to improve employee engagement

The sophomore slump doesn't just happen college students and professional athletes. It happens in the workplace, too. Once the high of a new job wears off, many workers are left feeling disengaged. But the key to ongoing engagement...

Is the speedy Surface Book i7 too expensive for IT?

Is the speedy Surface Book i7 too expensive for IT?

Microsoft announced an updated version of its Surface Book last month, dubbing it the Performance Base model. It brings blazing fast performance and improved graphics, but is it worth the high price tag for businesses?

Top 5 cities for workplace diversity in IT

Top 5 cities for workplace diversity in IT

Diversity in tech is a high-profile issue, and although tech-giants have vowed to change things, there are still some cities that are leading the way in diversity for the industry. Here are the five most diverse American cities for...

Fight the talent shortage with citizen developers

Fight the talent shortage with citizen developers

You might not need a degree in computer science to become a software developer. Some businesses are turning to coding hobbyists and enthusiasts to fill the need for tech talent.

4 employee benefits that will improve retention

4 employee benefits that will improve retention

Benefits are one of the biggest ways companies attract and retain talent. In addition to high-profile perks such as free food and flex time, do your employees even know about the more traditional benefits your company offers?

Employees feel pressure to use personal smartphones at work

Employees feel pressure to use personal smartphones at work

Businesses are encouraging employees to use personal devices for work purposes, but according to a recent survey, without a proper BYOD strategy and reimbursement plan in place, it might be decreasing productivity.

Why employee experience trumps company culture

Why employee experience trumps company culture

Company culture is a hot topic, but studies on employee engagement suggest perks alone don't translate into happier workers. It might be time to ditch your company culture and focus on your employee experience.

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