Mark Roberti

RFID: The Cost of Being Smart

The Auto-ID Center, which is creating a universal electronic product code for radio frequency identification technology, has trumpeted the idea that RFID tags and readers will be able to...

Case Study: Wal-Marts Race for RFID

Wal-Marts new push to require its top 100 suppliers to use RFID tags on cases and pallettes of consumer goods shipped to its distribution centers and stores by January...

RFID: The Cost of Being Smart-2

The Auto-ID Center, which is creating a universal electronic product code for radio frequency identification technology, has trumpeted the idea that RFID tags and readers will be able to...

Benetton on RFID and Privacy Worries

Mauro Benetton, director of marketing for the company that bears his name, admits the flap caught him off guard. In March, a group called CASPIAN (Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy...

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DigiCert Now Automates Security Certificate Management 

DigiCert has introduced a new solution that lays the groundwork for complete and autonomous on-premises security certificate management. The new DigiCert Automation Manager is...

How SASE with Zero Trust Framework Secures Remote Workers

Our lives have been transformed by the COVID pandemic. We have changed the way we work remotely and are unlikely to be back to...

IBM’s LinuxONE III Express: Off the Shelf with Mainframe-Class Features 

The IBM mainframe endures as both a concept and commercial system for several factors, but chief among them is the architecture’s inherent flexibility. That...

Customer Empathy: Four Data Points for Understanding How the Pandemic Has Impacted the Customer Experience (CX)

The pandemic has impacted the customer experience in countless ways. Many everyday experiences that used to be physical (think dining out, buying groceries, or...

IBM Announces 2nm Process Technology And Becomes A Kingmaker

In the world of microprocessors, there is a battle going on: who will be the King of Process Technology? The outcome of that battle...