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.

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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.

How to stop  making costly IT contract mistakes

How to stop making costly IT contract mistakes

Poor IT contract management can cost your business time, money and legal fees. Here’s how to minimize risk by focusing on restructuring contract management and training employees around compliance.

How to find where lost productivity hides

How to find where lost productivity hides

Fostering productivity isn’t as simple as creating inspiring work environments, and productivity loss is often hidden in areas where business leaders never think to look.

Want happier, more productive employees? Be flexible

Want happier, more productive employees? Be flexible

Research from PricewaterhouseCoopers highlights the growing demand for flexibility and autonomy at work. Embracing independence might be the only way for companies to succeed.

Why your employees are overworked, burnt out and unmotivated

Why your employees are overworked, burnt out and unmotivated

A recent survey finds that employees are burnt out and working more than the standard 40-hour week. But it doesn’t have to be that way-- and inspiring them doesn't need to be expensive.

Samsung beefs up enterprise lineup with Notebook 7 Spin

Samsung beefs up enterprise lineup with Notebook 7 Spin

A new Windows 10 device – that comes in two configurations -- from Samsung adds more choices for business users looking to move away from the traditional business notebook.

How to train new grads on corporate security

How to train new grads on corporate security

If you plan on hiring new grads this summer, you'll want to make sure you get them up to speed on the importance of corporate security as soon as possible -- because they aren’t as savvy as they think.

Microsoft expands its Surface Enterprise Initiative

Microsoft expands its Surface Enterprise Initiative

Microsoft wants businesses to adopt the Surface lineup, and it’s adding new incentives to its enterprise program to make the hybrid devices even more appealing.

Lack of VC funding forces startups to think lean

Lack of VC funding forces startups to think lean

A steady drop in venture capitalist funding has forced startups to develop new strategies to evolve their workforce -- that includes layoffs, budget cuts and a new definition of growth.

Businesses struggle to hire workers with cloud skills

Businesses struggle to hire workers with cloud skills

As enterprises continue to focus on implementing a cloud infrastructure, many still face roadblocks when it comes to hiring candidates with the right skills.

IT Resume Makeover: How to show employers the real you

IT Resume Makeover: How to show employers the real you

In this installment of our Resume Makeover series, Andrew Ysasi took a senior security system administrator's resume and reworked it to show his qualifications for a career in security or cloud management.

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