- The Limit Does Not Exist: Why Defending the Perimeter Is Not Feasible in the IoT
Perimeter defense technologies can help in blocking external attacks, but often fail to prevent attacks by inside devices or apps.
- RFID: Considering the Future of Modern Buildings
Fixing fatal faults in buildings requires radio frequency identification technology.
- IoT and the Modern Facilities Manager
Unless a company considers how physical infrastructure will impact its overall performance, the risk of failure is vast.
- Finding the RFID Signal in the Noise
Use insights based on Nate Silver's The Signal and the Noise to make better use of RFID data analytics to improve processes.
- The Next Big App for the Military: RFID
To automate its IT asset-management capabilities, the U.S. military should take an aggressive approach to further leverage radio frequency identification technologies.
- RFID Data in the Cloud
The OPC Unified Architecture and industrial communication form the infrastructure of the digital factory.
- Databases for Small RFID Projects
Consider three types of data for your RFID application.
- Commercial Behavior of an Emerging Technology (RFID) in a Secondary Emerging Market
The vision and socio-economic culture of emerging markets play a very important role in RFID's adoption as an alternative technology in the evolution of businesses.
- How to Be a Successful Label Leader
The best way to ensure that your company's RFID implementation will be a success is to involve key business and IT members.
- Teamwork Overcomes Challenges
Operations and IT departments must work together to develop a detailed blueprint for deploying RFID.
- The Renaissance of RFID Among Retailers
Top retailers are tagging billions of items, and a ChainLink Research study finds that those capitalizing on RFID are realizing a sizeable operational, financial and customer-satisfaction advantage.
- Street Smarts
Cities that don't embrace the Internet of Things will be left behind.
- Retail's Trilogy
A single RFID infrastructure can—and should—enable inventory, asset and identity management.
- Making More Sense
We must present all the data we collect in a meaningful way.
- Monitoring Aging Infrastructure
An RFID tag's antenna can serve as a sensor to detect cracks in concrete and other construction materials.