The first step in achieving project success is distilling ‘what’s real’ from ‘what’s possible’. IT department success is critical to each project, and I look forward to a candid discussion.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 06, 2014
Kenneth Ratton, Radiant RFID co-founder and chief financial officer, will present a discussion on RFID technology in IT environments on Thursday, March 6, 2014 to the Austin chapter of Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP), a national professional association of CIOs, IT managers, senior staff, academics, vendors, and consultants.
With millions of IT assets tracked and managed every day through Radiant’s proprietary RFID solution, Ratton brings a vast set of practical insight into selecting and deploying RFID systems in data-intensive environments. The discussion will cover a brief overview of modern RFID technology, best practices for selecting and deploying an RFID system, active versus passive RFID in IT environments, and what’s on the RFID technology horizon.
Ratton said, “RFID is a dynamic technology that delivers extensive value when implemented strategically. With many variations available today, the first step in achieving success is distilling ‘what’s real’ from ‘what’s possible’. IT success is critical to each project, and I look forward to a candid discussion.”
Since 2004, Radiant has successfully deployed RFID asset tracking solutions in IT environments, including data centers, oil and gas companies, state agencies, and universities. Virtual Asset Tracker, the company’s flagship solution, tracks and manages over three million IT assets each day.
The presentation will be held at Blackfinn located at 11410 Century Oaks Terrace at 6:00 PM CST with questions and answers to follow.
ABOUT RADIANT RFID
Radiant RFID, LLC provides complete solutions that keep track of the world’s most dynamic assets. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Radiant’s customers include corporations, educational institutions, and public agencies. Radiant’s solutions are designed specifically for IT asset management, emergency management, RFID mustering, and education. For more information call (512) 351-4915 or visit http://www.radiantrfid.com.