Advanced real-world applications for radio frequency identification technology were the focus of the CIO Impacts Forum at the University of California Los Angeles on February 7
By M. Abraham
Advanced real-world applications for radio frequency identification technology were the focus of the CIO Impacts Forum at the University of California Los Angeles on February 7. The Wireless Internet for the Mobile Enterprise Consortium (WINMEC), directed by UCLA School of Engineering professor Rajit Gadh, hosted the event.
In today’s fast-paced environment, the mobility of employees, executives, customers, partners, suppliers, assets, and products/services is key function that Information Technology needs to provide. But with mobility comes the increasingly critical challenge of security.
Chief Information Officers from a variety of Fortune 500 companies gathered to discuss how Mobility and Security issues are impacting today’s business. The provided a comprehensive overview of key business and technology issues in today’s enterprise functions, and how they are impacted by mobility and security.
The recent forum is the third in a series of thought leadership CIO Forums organized at UCLA. For more information, click here.