Wayne Rash

Wayne
Rash

Wayne Rash is a technology journalist, a consultant, and a columnist for Communications Week. He edits technology policy sections for The Washington Post, and writes frequently about communications for a variety of publications.

Articles
Buy the Numbers - 01 Mar 1996
Test using the BAPCO benchmarks are compared to a system that could be a low-priced alternative as a desktop workstation.
Ray Dream Studio Animates Images
Designer 4 from Ray Dream Studio adds a number of features that bring this moderately priced 3D illustration package to the level enjoyed by its pricier competitors.
Digital’s Celebris XL 5133 5
Digital's Celebris XL 5133 delivers blinding speed at a price that's well below the stratospheric levels of some of its competition.
Learning to Live with OS/2
Would you want to put OS/2 Warp Server on your Windows NT network? Wayne Rash tells you why you might want to.
Directory Assistance, Please!
Wayne Rash compares the current crop of directory services available on the major network operating systems. How does Windows NT stack up?
Flying High
Wayne Rash tells how four vendors working together saved the airshow for the Experimental Aircraft Association.
Windows 95 vs. Windows NT Workstation 2
Wayne Rash provides the enterprise computing point of view on the question: Is Windows 95 really going to save the world?
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