- The Importance of Industry Parallels
By Nicholas D. Evans
Leverage insights and innovation from other industries to shape your strategy.
- Security Risks With RFID
By Darren Suprina
Companies need to protect their data by ensuring that the RFID technology they adopt supports their corporate security policies.
- Invest in an RFID Options Strategy
By Michael Witty
To extract greater value from your RFID investment, exercise your options, just as a call or put option is exercised on a stock.
- A Bit of Privacy
By Ari Juels
Instead of killing RFID tags to protect consumer privacy, we could add a privacy bit.
- ALE: A New Standard for Data Access
By Ken Traub
Application-Level Events, one of the first RFID software specifications EPCglobal is expected to ratify, promises great benefits.
- Don't Get Behind the Regulatory Eight Ball
By Ronald E. Quirk Jr.
Ignorance of RFID regulations could delay your RFID deployment, shut down your RFID system and cause you substantial monetary losses.
- Common Mistakes, Uncommon Best Practices
Here are three common mistakes companies make when implementing RFID and three uncommon best practices.
- Steady Progress Wins the Race for All
By Mark Baum
The biggest benefits of RFID and EPC won’t happen unless we take steps to deal with some critical challenges.
- Win a Trip to RFID Journal LIVE! Europe
By Mark Roberti
We'll give away airfare, hotel and admission to our European conference at RFID Journal LIVE! 2005.
- RFID Policy May Not Wait
By Doug Campbell
Here’s why RFID users and suppliers need to get involved now in addressing public concerns about the technology.
- Seven Steps to an RFID Deployment
By George Spohrer
Do a needs-focused analysis of business processes, systems architecture and internal capabilities.
- RFID Could Enhance Pharmaceutical Marketing
By James McQuivey and Michael Feehan
Tagging product samples will increase control, boost marketing efficiency and reduce drugmakers' liabilities.
- Attack on a Cryptographic RFID Device
By Ari Juels
Why crack the code? Because greater openness means greater security.
- RFID, Electronic Eavesdropping and the Law
By Reuven R. Levary, David Thompson, Kristen Kot and Julie Brothers
Existing laws in the United States could be amended to protect consumer privacy.
- Understanding RFID Adoption in China
Companies need to know the factors driving RFID adoption in the world's next major manufacturing center.