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IT/Infrastructure Editor's Note

  • Debunking Reports of RFID's Death

    The energy last week at RFID Journal LIVE! 2009 showed there is still a great deal of interest in all types of RFID technologies.

  • RFID Solutions Come of Age

    A lot of new products will be on display at next week's RFID Journal LIVE! conference, including several solutions designed to solve specific business problems.

  • Cost Control Is Now Key

    With sales slowing, CEOs worldwide are focused on reducing costs across their operations. That's bound to make them more open to using new technologies, including RFID.

  • The Year Ahead: Reasons for Optimism

    Out of crisis will come renewal, as companies transform themselves with the help of RFID and other technologies.

  • A Year of Ups and Downs

    The economic tumult dominated the news in 2008, but there were still many positive developments in the RFID industry.

  • Does Obama Have the Vision?

    The incoming president has a rare opportunity to transform America's infrastructure—making it smarter, safer and more efficient.

  • Learning to Do More With Less

    The current economic crisis offers companies a rare opportunity to fundamentally change their cost structure and enhance their competitiveness.

  • Making Informed Decisions

    Investments in new technology are never made in a vacuum.

  • Winners and Losers in the RFID Market

    Here's how smart RFID companies will survive the current economic downturn.

  • When the Going Gets Tough...

    …the tough become smarter and leaner, by investing in a corporate infrastructure that can deliver lasting benefits.

  • Good and Bad News About RFID in Hospitals

    Executives will need to sort through some of the distorted reporting on recent studies of RFID's impact on hospital equipment.

  • Big RFID Deals and Their Meaning

    Do Impinj's purchase of Intel's RFID reader chip business, and Checkpoint's acquisition of OATSystems, indicate we're about to see a wave of consolidation within the RFID industry?

  • Good Strategy for a Bad Economy

    Former GE CEO Jack Welch says a bad economic climate is the best time to invest in new technologies.

  • Evangelizing RFID

    It's not about the technology—it's about what the technology can do.

  • End Users Want to See RFID Solutions

    We asked registered attendees of RFID Journal LIVE! 2008 what would most likely get them to visit one vendor's booth over another's. Their responses indicate they are looking for RFID technology they can deploy—now.

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