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Editor's Note

  • Are Your Secrets Safe?

    By Mark Roberti

    RFID technology could prevent the loss or theft of sensitive documents, computers and other assets—if only companies and government agencies would use it.

  • Come Together

    By Bob Violino

    Talk of collaboration must be replaced by action.

  • Legislation Isn’t the Answer

    By Mark Roberti

    The death of the California RFID privacy bill is a good thing for consumers.

  • Sticker Shock

    By Mark Roberti

    The high price of EPC smart labels can be blamed on inefficiencies in the RFID industry—and on some shortsighted vendors that want to make a quick buck today.

  • Faith in the System, Part II

    By Bob Violino

    The capitalist system that some privacy advocates think will exploit consumers will, in fact, protect them.

  • The Way Forward

    By Mark Roberti

    A consensus on the UHF Gen 2 specification provides a clear path for companies adopting EPC technologies.

  • Faith in the System

    By Mark Roberti

    There are still many problems to be solved before RFID technology can dramatically improve efficiency throughout the global supply chain. But our democratic capitalist system means they will be resolved quickly.

  • Taking Education to a New Level

    By Mark Roberti

    Companies aren’t even aware of how much they don't know about RFID—until class begins. But they soon learn that understanding the technology will improve their chances of deploying it successfully.

  • One Throat to Choke

    By Mark Roberti

    Companies can outsource the installation of RFID systems, but they can't outsource responsibility for the success or failure of a project.

  • Mastering EPC Technology

    By Mark Roberti

    If companies want to reap the benefits of EPC technology, they have to understand more than tags and readers. RFID Journal University can help.

  • A Little Bit of Wisdom

    By Mark Roberti

    Here are some of the key comments made about RFID at last week's Retail Systems conference and exhibition.

  • The Importance of Standardization

    By Mark Roberti

    The process of standardizing technology and ways of conducting business is messy and time-consuming, but it’s vitally important.

  • RFID Can Benefit Manufacturers

    By Mark Roberti

    Boeing and Airbus have embraced RFID, signaling that the technology offers substantial benefits for manufacturers.

  • Two Views of an Historic Moment

    By Mark Roberti

    Wal-Mart's launch of its initial RFID implementation in Texas is historic. But some see it as an ominous step toward a world of greater surveillance.

  • The Vision Thing

    By Mark Roberti

    There seems to be a lot more focus on the short-term, rather than long-term, implications of RFID—and that doesn't bode well for companies that could take advantage of the technology.

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