Ryan FaasWriter, ITworld

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Until joining MobileIron in November 2014, Ryan Faas was a technology journalist and author who had been writing about Apple, business and enterprise IT topics, and the mobile industry for over a decade. He is author and/or editor of ten technology books. He is a prolific freelance writer whose work has been featured on Computerworld, Enterprise Mobile Today, InformIT, Peachpit Press, Cult of Mac, Cult of Android, About.com, and Datamation. In 2008 he was awarded a Neal National Business Journalism award for his work featured in Computerworld's "Week of Leopard" series.

In addition to writing, Ryan has spent a large portion of the past fifteen years in the systems/network engineering and IT management fields as an IT director, systems administrator, trainer, and all round multi-platform and mobile device technology consultant. His client list ranges from human services agencies, small non-profits, and private schools to fortune 500 hundred companies and major media agencies.

Facebook 'Mobile' Event Nov. 3: Will a Facebook Phone Surface?

If Facebook is announcing a phone this week, what will it be and will it fit into a crowded mobile market?

on techhive.com

Internet Set-Top Boxes: What Do Users Want?

Analysis: In the range of Internet-enabled TV options, how you watch is as important as what you watch.

on techhive.com

Concerned About Firesheep? Here are Some Secure Wi-Fi Alternatives

Firesheep highlights the danger of public Wi-Fi networks, but there are other on-the-go options to consider.

Why the MacBook Air is Wrong About DVD Drives

Apple and netbook manufacturers have proved optical drives aren't critical, but they're still not ready to be buried just yet.

The 30 Best Safari Extensions -- So Far

Apple's browser recently joined Firefox and Chrome in offering extensions. Which ones should you install?

Apple's Lion: A Marriage of IOS and OS X

Apple's Back to the Mac event yesterday was preceded by plenty of speculation. Some of it was dead on -- such as predictions of revamped MacBook Air models.