Tracking Critical Assets

Ritchey, Diane
February 2010
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Feb2010, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p32
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the significance of radio frequency identification (RFID) as an asset tracking solution. It states that the reasons for businesses to adopt RFID technology include the return of investment (ROI) timeframe, business process improvement, and the need to reduce non-labor cost. The best solution should offer efficiency, accountable, and scalable. Brendan Alexander of Best Buy Canada also says that RFID increases security without adding new staff and affecting employee morale.


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