Trade compliance has become a buzzword in modern global business, and ensuring your business adheres to all relevant international trade compliance statutes is essential to maintaining accountability, visibility and public trust of your company. However, the information around the cost of trad… Read entire entry »
Charley Hoffman is doing himself and the Flash Global family proud this week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard. OurGuyCharley shot a blistering round of 6-under par 66 to take the lead heading into the weekend in Orlando, Fla.
Entering the day tied for third just one shot… Read entire entry »
Cloud storage and flash storage capacity are expected to be the significant changes when it comes to the top data storage trends of 2017. Although the NAND shortage, as explained in a previous post, will impact flash-storage device availability, the technology is already in place. Let’s take a… Read entire entry »
In January 2015, the U.S. passed the Global Trade Facilitation Agreement, and last month, four more countries, Chad, Oman, Rwanda and Jordan, passed authorization to enter the agreement as well. In order for the agreement’s bylaws to be enforced, 110 countries had to enter into it, and t… Read entire entry »
Data storage has changed dramatically over the past decade, and storage capacity seems to be ever-expanding. Consequently, how businesses and individuals choose to store information has shifted away from hard drives to flash storage, and throughout 2017, these trends will continue. Of course, data… Read entire entry »
Drones have been in the news for several years as Amazon and Walmart have looked to them as an alternative means of delivering goods to customers faster and more cost-effectively. Drone delivery is a true application of technology and supply chain innovation. However, the FAA’s rules regarding… Read entire entry »
After the initial sale, manufacturers and distributors have traditionally struggled with driving further cost savings. Warranties, replacements and parts fulfillment costs were part of the norm and often thought of as the “cost of doing business,” explains PwC. However, more manufacturers ar… Read entire entry »