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  • The Cost of Compliance

    By Bob Violino

    Christine Spivey Overby, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research

  • Meeting Wal-Mart's RFID Mandate

    By Bob Violino

    Mark Engle, Director of IT, Campbell Soup
    Mike O'Shea, Director, Corporate AutoID/RFID Strategies & Technology, Kimberly-Clark
    Tom Torre, Associate Director Supply Chain Innovation, Procter & Gamble
    Moderator: Mark Roberti, Editor, RFID Journal

  • The 21st Century Military Supply Chain

    By Bob Violino

    Edward Coyle
    Chief, DOD Logistics Automatic Identification Technology Office

  • The Innovator's Solution

    By Bob Violino

    The Impacts and Benefits of Disruptive Technologies

    Michael Raynor, Co-author, "The Innovator's Solution" and Director, Deloitte Research

  • Middleware Is the Key to RFID

    By Nicholas D. Evans

    To get the most out of their RFID systems, companies will have to deploy both new RFID middleware and conventional integration middleware. The key to success will be knowing when and how to use each.

  • The Need for Corporate Identities

    By Clyde McElman

    Widespread deployment of RFID tags will prove difficult without the introduction of unique identities for corporations around the world.

  • Librarians Focus on RFID

    By Eric Ipsen

    RFID was one of the hot topics at the Public Library Association’s recent convention in Seattle.

  • Unlock the Business Case for RFID

    By Nicholas D. Evans

    As companies struggle to find a compelling return on investment in RFID systems, they should look to the lessons learned from deploying other wireless technologies.

  • Be Part of the Action

    By Mike O’Shea

    EPCglobal's User Action Group is driving the standards that will make EPC technology valuable to organizations across all industries.

  • Build an Effective RFID Architecture

    Companies that are deploying RFID systems will be quickly overwhelmed by a flood of data, unless they follow three core principles for building an operational data management architecture.

  • AWID, Ember Impress VCs

    By Eric Ipsen

    At an informal competition for venture capitalists, multiprotocol reader maker AWID and mesh network provider Ember as were named most likely to succeed.

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