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 find undervalued tech talent

Businesses lack a streamlined approach to digital transformation

Businesses lack a streamlined approach to digital transformation

Most business executives understand the importance of digital transformation, but they aren't prepared for how quickly they need to adapt, according to research from Gartner.

Recruiters increasingly rely on social media to find talent

Recruiters increasingly rely on social media to find talent

The talent war is on in tech, and recruiters are taking advantage of every weapon at their disposal. A recent study found that recruiters are getting creative in how they source candidates -- moving towards social media and messaging...

How HR can bridge the tech inequality gap

How HR can bridge the tech inequality gap

Human resources technologies keep marching forward, offering a competitive edge to those willing to make the right investments. Is your organization keeping pace?

How to manage workers in the gig economy

How to manage workers in the gig economy

The gig economy hasn't made life any easier for HR pros who face more paperwork, stricter compliance regulations and a revolving door of temporary workers. But HR departments that shift to a professional employer organization, or PEO...

9 business-worthy Chrome for Work devices

9 business-worthy Chrome for Work devices

When you think of the enterprise, you probably think Microsoft, Apple and even Samsung, but probably not Google Chrome. Well, that hasn't stopped Google from releasing a suite of Chrome for Work devices.

How to define the evolving role of data scientist

How to define the evolving role of data scientist

Data science is a hot new career, but companies still aren't sure how to best use these employees. Here’s how to hire data scientists with a clear strategy in place.

IT resume makeover: Breaking through tech jargon

IT resume makeover: Breaking through tech jargon

In this resume makeover, the candidate didn't need a complete remodel. Instead, he needed to shift the overall focus. The resume writer Donald Burns was able to take his resume from tech-focused and dense, to something that any...

Forrester calls for CIOs and CMOs to improve their relationship

Forrester calls for CIOs and CMOs to improve their relationship

A new report looks at the relationship between CIOs and CMOs, citing that a big shift needs to take place if businesses ever hope to live up to increasing customer expectations.

Should you hire for bimodal IT?

Should you hire for bimodal IT?

Since Gartner coined the term of bimodal IT, plenty of CIOs have jumped on the bandwagon and separated their IT departments into two camps. But a recent report from Forrester suggests that bimodal IT only complicates things, and the...

5 hard truths about employee engagement

5 hard truths about employee engagement

Engaged employees mean more revenue, less turnover and a happier workplace. But the truth is that the majority of workers aren't engaged in their roles, and it's costing companies more than lost productivity.

10 best-paying companies in tech

10 best-paying companies in tech

The technology industry offers some of the highest salaries of any industry, thanks to high demand for software engineers, developers or data scientists. But, according to Glassdoor, these 10 tech companies pony up the top pay.

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