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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How CIOs Measure Themselves and Why it Matters

Over the last several years, I have asked CIOs multiple times about how they would like their performance to be measured. One answer has...

Why Cloud Means Cloud-Native

“Only when the tide goes out do you discover who's been swimming naked.” -- Warren Buffett The most important change in computing over the past...

Top Cloud Service Providers & Companies

Cloud computing providers play a foundational role for businesses. Virtually every enterprise uses cloud computing in some manner, whether it’s to deliver key infrastructure...

The Role of Data Governance in Effective Data Management

I spoke with four industry experts about the growing challenges in data governance, spotlighting which issues need to be resolved for better data management. The...

Edge Data Fabric: What It Is, Why It Matters

To generate richer and more timely insights, enterprises are using increasing amounts of data. Expect that trend to continue. An IDC model projects that...