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We're at the dawn of a promising new age of autonomous vehicles and connected devices for supply-chain management. And with that cutting-edge technology comes the heightened risk of cyberattack.
Waste in the use of high-value medical devices amounts to some $5bn year. No wonder healthcare costs are soaring.
Supply-chain has gone to the cloud. The only question is: What took it so long?
For all its promise of lower cost and easier management of software applications, cloud technology has yet to be fully embraced by supply chain managers.
The condition of emerging-market economies seems to seesaw from week to week. But one thing remains constant: the failure of a lot of companies to shore up their supply chains in those countries with up-to-date information technology.
Think of the typical corporate merger as the meeting of two ocean liners. It's tough enough to combine the crews. But how do you mash together two engine rooms?
The world of product lifecycle management (PLM) has been turned upside down by a raft of technological breakthroughs.
Some random themes and thoughts to emerge from Oracle Corp.'s Value Chain Summit in San Jose, Calif. last week:
To be a corporate I.T. professional today, you have to be obsessed with cybersecurity. A line on your resume should read "paranoid tendencies." Because somebody really is out to get you - or, at least, your company's proprietary information.