Before your company can capitalize on RFID's benefits, your IT department needs to do a lot of planning and infrastructural upgrades.
To attain the benefits of an RFID-enabled supply chain, companies need to understand how RFID will transform supply chain dynamics and decision-making.
Existing laws protect the privacy of patients’ medical information. But an additional layer of protection is needed before RFID technology becomes accepted in the health-care arena.
Leverage insights and innovation from other industries to shape your strategy.
Companies need to protect their data by ensuring that the RFID technology they adopt supports their corporate security policies.
To extract greater value from your RFID investment, exercise your options, just as a call or put option is exercised on a stock.
Instead of killing RFID tags to protect consumer privacy, we could add a privacy bit.
Application-Level Events, one of the first RFID software specifications EPCglobal is expected to ratify, promises great benefits.
Ignorance of RFID regulations could delay your RFID deployment, shut down your RFID system and cause you substantial monetary losses.
Here are three common mistakes companies make when implementing RFID and three uncommon best practices.