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Month: December 2012

Top 10 Things a Property Manager Needs to Do for 2017

Property managers for organizations and corporations are charged with maintaining inventory of physical assets. This is no easy feat if your company deals with hundreds or thousands of products or uses a variety of tools and physical resources to provide services. The end of one year, and the beginning of the next, is an even …

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Bar Code Inventor Norman Joseph Woodland Dies

Today we’d like to honor the co-inventor of the bar code, Norman Joseph Woodland, who passed away days ago at the age of 91. Mr. Woodland’s invention has no doubt shaped the face of commerce and technology for decades to come. According to yesterday’s USA Today article, Mr. Woodland and Bernard Silver were students at what …

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Cash Me If You Can (Infographic)

Counterfeiting is big business across the globe. In fact, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the value of counterfeit goods that crossed international borders in 2007 was more than $250 billion. And that’s not just innocuous items like currency, clothes or electronics. Counterfeiters are faking items that can have serious health and …

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Pros and Cons of Different Anti-Counterfeit Marking Methods

Counterfeit products in the defense and aerospace industries can put people at risk and cost organizations, companies and tax payers billions of dollars each year. As the introduction of counterfeit parts into global supply chains continues to rise, the need for anti-counterfeiting techniques becomes more necessary. This is particularly true where commercial products are integrated into …

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