Product Lifecycle Management

Though product lifecycle management technology first appeared in sectors where safety was vital, such as aerospace, medical devices and military, it has become an effective tool to manage data that covers the breadth of a product's lifecycle for a range of industries. Beyond managing information on product design, production and maintenance, other information gathered during a product's lifetime - vendor information, catalogs, customer feedback, disposal plans and more - can be collected.


The Brave New World of Augmented Reality

In its simplest form, augmented reality (AR) overlays information onto a static image, such as a time stamp on a photograph. The basic idea has been a part of the marketing, telecommunications and More >

RFID Gains Leverage in the Data Center

The Sarbanes-Oxley compliance requirements for financial institutions have that industry leading the charge toward the use of RFID technology to track data center assets.   Sarbanes-Oxley More >

Despite Criticism, ERP Vendors Satisfying Their Customers

ERP suppliers in general are taking a lot of criticism in the economic downturn for under-delivering functionality, overcharging for subscription maintenance, and moving too slowly to More >

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Not All Mobile Work Forces Use Emerging Management Tools

Carl Weinschenk spoke to Bill Lucchini, the COO of OnForce.   The growth of mobile has drastically changed the management of highly dispersed work forces. In fact, there are two categories to More >

DCIM: Bridging Facility and Data Infrastructure

Arthur Cole spoke with Henrik Leerberg, product line director for data center software, and Anthony DeSpirito, vice president of global alliances, Schneider Electric.   Data Center More >

Application Delivery Over the Cloud

Arthur Cole spoke with Avi Chesla, CTO, Radware.   The ongoing investment in virtual and cloud technology will only deliver half of its potential return if to merely increase operational More >

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Business Intelligence

Business performance information for strategic and operational decision-making


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