• Webcast: Getting started with RFID in manufacturing

    In this webcast, viewers will learn the basics of RFID's uses in manufacturing.

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  • RFID and GPS advances ripple through the supply chain

    Recent advances in RFID and GPS could help manufacturers and their supply chain partners save money, increase security and make better business decisions.

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  • What are you concerns with RFID tags in credit cards?

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  • Oracle toots RFID horn

    Oracle is planning a broad upgrade to its supply chain management tools within its CRM suite and is hyping the introduction of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology.

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  • IDC: Look before making the RFID leap

    At IDC's Directions 2004 event, an analyst told attendees that before implementing RFID, it's critical to understand the technological and financial repercussions, instead of just bowing to Wal-Mart.

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  • Cisco extends network gear for RFID

    The networking giant is diving into the RFID market with new software and services intended to help companies use their networks in place of RFID middleware.

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  • Experts: RFID requires business process updates

    Experts at Comdex told attendees that it's impossible for businesses to take full advantage of RFID technology unless they change their business processes.

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  • Partnership poised to make RFID user-friendly

    Savi Technologies and Matrics are teaming up on systems that can read both passive and active radio frequency identification tags, enhancing interoperability and making RIFD tags more supply-chain friendly.

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  • Active RFID tags automate server asset management

    Using RFID tags to track data center assets used to mean scanning them one by one, but new active tags broadcast themselves with nearly 100% accuracy.

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  • Server Specs: Egenera partners with Fujitsu Siemens

    Data center news: Blade vendor Egenera goes global with Fujitsu Siemens; IT vendors continue to bang the drum for RFID; vendors spend money making money.

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