Apple's server and storage offerings are helping the company overcome its reputation as the high-priced computing option
HP And IBM Invest Big In RFID
Hewlett-Packard has its sights set on the retail and consumer-goods industries, while IBM looks beyond the supply chain
Storage On A Chip
Silicon Image's new lower-cost storage appliance should be more palatable to small and midsize businesses.
U.K. Grocer Expands RFID Initiative
U.K. grocery chain Tesco will soon expand its RFID project to include eight big-name suppliers. The initiative follows an internal RFID project that was used to track shipments from its distribution centers to its stores.
RFID Gives Manufacturer A Better Handle On Its Snacks
Snack manufacturer Jack Link's Beef Jerky kicks off RFID tagging initiative for shipments to Wal-Mart, the first in a four-phase move to the radio ID technology. Eventually, the technology could even be helpful in the event of a product recall.
PC Blades Help Bank Take The Heat
By deploying workstations that utilize PC blades at its new Tokyo trading floor, multinational bank WestLB concentrates heat-producing equipment in a smaller space, thereby simplifying a cooling problem.
IBM Carves New RFID Unit
The Sensor and Actuator Solutions group will create services and software related to RFID systems.
GM's Reuse Strategy
Parts reuse based on a common database will reduce engineering time, save money, and serve global ambitions
HDS Engineers A Better System
Virtualization and management capabilities should make it easier for companies such as Pacific Capital to handle storage
It's Never Business As Usual
229-year-old Bowne, not content to rest on past successes, has changed itself repeatedly to meet customer demands for new services
Heavyweight retailer looks inward to stay innovative in business technology.
Best Buy To Benefit From RFID
The retailer's RFID effort has long-term goals of making it easier for consumers to service, exchange, and protect high-value items.
Linux Aims For The Desktop
Security and pricing concerns are causing companies to consider alternatives to Windows, but adoption of the open-source operating system has been slow.
RFID Needs Insight, Not Scare Tactics
Is RFID a powerful new technology that can help spark business innovation, or is it an intrusive high-tech vermin that should be obliterated, Bob Evans asks.
Linda Dillman On RFID
Wal-Mart's CIO talks about the potential for RFID to revolutionize the retailer's "take-care-of-the-customer" processes.