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Supply chain visibility eases construction projects

Vela Systems and Tekla Corp. have released a joint offering that combines radio frequency identification and field software to hasten construction

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Vendors offer route accounting and administration system for companies distributing goods to stores.

HP, SAP team on collaborative research

The research organizations at Hewlett-Packard and SAP AG will work together to resolve IT issues faced by their joint customers, notably around virtualization.

Germany plans passports with biometric data in November

Germany has taken a big step in the battle against organized crime and terrorism by unveiling a new passport with a chip that contains biometric data. The country plans to be among the first in Europe to issue biometric passes, starting Nov. 1.

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It's been more than three years since the technology stock crash and the events - economic and tragic - that combined to reduce IT investments to a trickle. Tight budgets have meant that CIOs have been forced to squeeze more from what they have, and many IT vendors have fed largely on small-upgrade scraps between rare new-project banquets.

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