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Greetings colleagues,

There is a group on campus analyzing the usefulness of the use of RFID for furniture inventory in the residence halls. There are over 2000 rooms (bedrooms and lounges); the standard set for a 2-person bedroom has 10 pieces of furniture.

Questions:
- What other campuses, if any, are using RFID for inventory (for any purpose, not just furniture)?
- What is the viability/cost-benefit of using RFID vs. traditional inventorying methods? Hidden costs? Drawbacks?

If responses come to me individually, I can aggregate them and send back a summary to the list to avoid cluttering up the list with responses.

Thanks for any insight you might have!

Melissa

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Melissa Woo
Vice Provost / CIO
University of Oregon
mzywoo@gmail.com
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How does a CIO get involved in counting furniture???? J Like I don’t know!!!! Good Luck.

 

Dr. Robert Paterson

Vice President – Information Technology, Planning and Research

Molloy College

Rockville Centre, NY

New Phone Numbers for Molloy College
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Its all our problem in the end… 
We are responsible for recruitment…students, faculty, staff…
We are responsible for paint
We are responsible for plumbing
We are responsible for security


Technology is the heart of all that is…  Where were we 10 years ago, 15…?  Where are we now?  Everywhere!  Good luck…

Best regards,
Naveed



Naveed I. Husain, PMP | Chief Information Officer | Office of Converging Technologies

Queens College, CUNY | 65-30 Kissena Blvd, Flushing NY 11367-1597
718-997-3009 | Fax: 718-997-5678 | naveed.husain@qc.cuny.edu


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