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Thursday, February 21, 2019 -- Published once each month.

 
Networks and Multi-party Solutions for Supply Chain: Part Two
By Ann Grackin Thursday, February 21, 2019
Thought you knew Supply Chain Networks? More than 30 vendors featured… [ Read: Networks and Multi-party Solutions for Supply Chain: Part Two ]
Reimagining Regulation-Making: Ideas from a Non-Policy-Wonk—Part One
Innovations from other disciplines may reduce burdens, increase effectiveness of regulations
By Bill McBeath Thursday, February 21, 2019
There is a perpetual battle between pro and anti-regulatory advocates. But that tug-of-war misses the point. We need efficient, effective regulation—or alternative mechanisms—that actually work, to ensure a well-functioning, non-abusive society. Here we explore some off-the-beaten-path ideas on how to achieve the (mostly) noble goals of regulation, without the (mostly) inadequate results and high expense of regulation. [ Read: Reimagining Regulation-Making: Ideas from a Non-Policy-Wonk—Part One ]

IoT: From Hype to Adoption—Part Two
By Bill McBeath Thursday, February 21, 2019
We continue our look at how small and medium manufacturers and wholesale distributors are implementing IoT. Here, we examine how they are incorporating IoT into products and using it to create value-added services. We conclude with a discussion on the enablers including analytics, unified billing and revenue recognition, ERP system requirements, brownfield integration, and IoT security. [ Read: IoT: From Hype to Adoption—Part Two ]

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