- Chief Evasion Officers
If the CEO isn't backing RFID projects, then the board of directors shouldn't back the CEO.
- The Clock Is Ticking
RFID technology is complex and difficult to deploy. Companies that wait to begin learning about it are only asking for trouble.
- A Time for Leadership
This week, the Auto-ID Center officially introduces EPC technology to the world. Now is the time for industry leaders to step up and foster adoption.
- The Big Picture
We are moving toward a world where business is done in one language, with one currency and with one system to track products.
- IT Does Matter
RFID will lead to a whole new wave of change in information technology systems, which will provide a competitive edge for those who exploit it.
- Save Our Infrastructure
The blackout and recent Internet worms highlight the urgent need to secure the IT infrastructure that supply chain technologies like RFID depend on.
- VCs Are Writing Checks Again
Venture capital spending increased in the second quarter, and that's good news for the RFID industry and end users.
- EPC and the Need for Good Data
Initiatives to improve companies' ability to share clean data will affect the pace of EPC adoption. By Marshall Kay
- Labor Pains
With Wal-Mart and its top 100 suppliers about to begin deploying RFID systems, the industry could be facing a shortage of qualified implementers.
- Big Brother's Enemy
Some believe that RFID is going to usher in an age of government control, but that's only because they don't understand history.
- The Shelved Shelf
What does Wal-Mart's decision to "cancel" its smart shelf test really mean?
- The Last Pieces of the Puzzle
Japan's decision to allocate a portion of the UHF spectrum for use by RFID systems paves the way for global adoption.
- RFID's Momentous Week
Last week marked a turning point for RFID, but it's worth taking stock of where the technology stands today and where it needs to go.
- A Little Bit of Passion
Is it possible to get excited about a supply chain technology?
- The Perception Question
It doesn't matter how you plan to use RFID tags; what matters is how people think you may use them.