Packaging for the Future Aaron Continelli 1/21/2016 Post a comment Efforts to increase sustainability of packaging can help companies gain a stronger foothold in their market and more easily adhere to government regulations by catering to the earth-friendly desires of their own consumer market.
European Supply Chains: A 2015 Retrospective Bas Daver 11/24/2015 Post a comment Multinationals doing business in Europe will face continued supply chain pressures going into 2016, given increasingly disrupted global economies, the scaling up of omni-channel shopping, new technologies and network structures and evolving regulations.
The Case for Outsourcing Asset Recovery Jesse Laver 11/16/2015 Post a comment Many companies are coming to the conclusion that there’s only so much they can do internally to address the challenge of asset recovery. In these instances, it may be best to seek an outside expert to peform key processes related to asset recovery.
Californian Startup Promises Hack Free Connected Homes Julien Happich 9/29/2015 Post a comment Having designed a hardware-based firewall that sits right between your home WiFi hotspot and the cloud, Californian CUJO LLC. is turning IoT security on its head. Built around a Cavium dual core 1GHz processor with 1GB of DDR SRAM and 4GB of flash, the bowl-shaped device performs deep packet inspections on the transiting traffic and applies a proprietary and adaptive machine-learning algorithm to identify and notify the end-user about abnormal data behavior or stop a hack right in its track.
Green Gaming is Possible R. Colin Johnson 9/8/2015 Post a comment Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has described how to save up to $18 billion annually by convincing gamers to make more energy efficient choices in their hardware without sacrificing high performance.
E-waste Eludes EU’s Enforcement Efforts Junko Yoshida 9/2/2015 Post a comment Europeans recycled only 35% of electronic waste properly in 2012. The rest was either illegally dumped or traded, according to a two-year study put together by the United Nations University and INTERPOL. What has gone wrong?
Stop! Recycle Those Old Batteries! Max Maxfield 12/12/2014 (10) comments Around 3 billion batteries are discarded in the United States each year, releasing all sorts of unpleasant substances -- including mercury, lead, cadmium, and nickel -- into the environment.
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