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Freelance writer, journalist and analyst, former Executive Editor at eWEEK. Columnist at eWEEK, reviewer for NWW.

Why Reliable Business Class WiFi Connections Are Hard to Find

eweek.com — By Wayne Rash | Posted 2015-01-26 Email Print NEWS ANALYSIS: Many WiFi products are sold to businesses and even more consumer products are used by business, but true business-class WiFi is rarer than you think.

Microsoft Likely to Release Office 2016 Later This Year

eweek.com — By Wayne Rash | Posted 2015-01-25 Email Print NEWS ANALYSIS: The next version of Microsoft Office will deliver some new features when it's released in the second half of 2015, but details are still sketchy.

Microsoft Says Windows 10 Will Be the Last OS Upgrade You'll Ever Need

eweek.com — By Wayne Rash | Posted 2015-01-21 Email Print NEWS ANALYSIS: Once the next version of Windows is installed Microsoft plans to begin a process of continuous updates that will eliminate the concept of next versions. There's no question that Microsoft has learned from the pain of getting customers to upgrade from Windows XP and later from Windows 7 to 8.

EMV Credit Card Deployments to Make Gradual Progress in 2015

eweek.com — By Wayne Rash | Posted 2015-01-20 Email Print NEWS ANALYSIS: Businesses in the U.S. can expect to start seeing significantly more cards with EMV chips in 2015, but that doesn't mean progress is steady. I was on the phone to a customer service representative at Bank of America asking about one of their Visa cards with an EMV chip.

Seeking BlackBerry's Next Suitor if It's Not Samsung

eweek.com — By Wayne Rash | Posted 2015-01-18 Email Print NEWS ANALYSIS: The rumor that Samsung was offering to buy BlackBerry has been shot down by both companies, but perhaps it's not Samsung that's doing the buying. There are a lot of reasons an acquisition of BlackBerry by Korean tech giant Samsung makes good sense, as my colleague Todd Weiss has pointed out.

Supreme Court Wireless Decision Limits Municipal Zoning Actions

eweek.com — By Wayne Rash | Posted 2015-01-15 Email Print NEWS ANALYSIS: T-Mobile comes out the winner in a U.S. Supreme Court decision that puts limits on municipal zoning actions and boosts fortunes for wireless firms. The U.S. Supreme Court has leveled a blow to state and local governments that attempt to limit the expansion of wireless companies because they don't like their towers.

Obama Breach Proposal Draws Criticism From Many Camps

eweek.com — By Wayne Rash | Posted 2015-01-13 Email Print NEWS ANALYSIS: Many players in the security and privacy space welcome White House attention to the problem of data breaches, but few agree with it completely.

Why the Much-Hyped Post-PC Era Never Arrived

eweek.com — By Wayne Rash | Posted 2015-01-10 Email Print NEWS ANALYSIS: Despite the hype from phone and tablet aficionados, sales of desktop and laptop computers are on the rebound and Windows might even be one the reasons.

ISPs, Lawmakers Sure to Oppose FCC Title II Net Neutrality Rules

eweek.com — By Wayne Rash | Posted 2015-01-08 Email Print NEWS ANALYSIS: The FCC's latest effort to set up network neutrality could be derailed by certain opposition from ISPs and federal lawmakers. The Federal Communications Commission will vote on rules that will govern the activities of Internet service providers by imposing net neutrality rules under Title II of the Communications Act.

BlackBerry Classic Keyboard Works Well for Users Who Live in Email

eweek.com — By Wayne Rash | Posted 2015-01-05 Email Print REVIEW: The BlackBerry Classic provides everything that fans of the company's smartphones want in a larger handset, including the familiar physical keyboard. At first glance, the BlackBerry Classic seems to be just like its much-loved predecessor, the BlackBerry Bold 9900.
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Jan 27, 2015

@dougkammerer rain has stopped, sun is starting to come out. No sign of snow. That's one plus to being in Frankfurt today.

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