Russ Munyan

Freelance Writer

Russ Munyan is a freelance writer in Olathe, Kan., specializing in technical and business writing. He can be reached at www.russwrites.com

Articles by Russ Munyan

April 2007
Electrical contractors have more at stake when working in healthcare than just doing quality electrical and low-voltage work. More than 2 million patients a year in U.S. hospitals acquire infections while they are hospitalized for other health problems, and 88,000 die as a result. About 5,000 of those deaths are related to construction and maintenance practices. READ MORE
April 2007
The diverse future of structured cabling: READ MORE
March 2007
Consider the value of the best network possible: An inadequate computer network can lead to a long list of problems for an organization; for example, I have a friend who works in commissioned retail sales who recently left her employer to work for a competitor. Both companies are major national retailers with hundreds of locations in upscale shopping malls. READ MORE
March 2007
Consider the value of the best network possible: An inadequate computer network can lead to a long list of problems for an organization; for example, I have a friend who works in commissioned retail sales who recently left her employer to work for a competitor. Both companies are major national retailers with hundreds of locations in upscale shopping malls. READ MORE
February 2007
Anderson & Howard Electric comes in with a win: The University of California, Irvine (UCI), has a proud heritage as a leading educational institution; founded in 1965, the university is consistently ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the nation’s best universities. Its achievements have garnered an abundance of national rankings. It is among the top U.S. READ MORE
October 2006
Looking to the future and new applications THE WORLD OF OUTSIDE CONNECTIVITY IS CHANGING. This time, it is the relationship between copper and fiber-optic cable outside of our homes that is in flux. Most of us get broadband service into our homes (and into the workplace) over some form of copper line, either through a cable modem or a digital subscriber line (DSL). READ MORE

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