Really, Really Tracking Your Documents

But sure enough, RFID tags have made their way into documents so they can be physically tracked as they move through an organization. Fascinating stuff, actually, and an interesting way to know just where every document is at any given time and who's working (or not working) on it. Okay, so maybe it's also a little creepy, but you have to admit it's efficient. Here's a video that describes the process and shows the cool RFID paper tray.

Doc thought he'd seen it all. I mean, after all, there was that two-headed camel in Madagascar, and the trained seal that played the violin in Rio. And, of course, the woman in Denmark who…. well, never mind. But I didn't think I'd ever see a paper tray for your desk that reads radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags and knows exactly what's in your "in" box.

But sure enough, RFID tags have made their way into documents so they can be physically tracked as they move through an organization. Fascinating stuff, actually, and an interesting way to know just where every document is at any given time and who's working (or not working) on it. Okay, so maybe it's also a little creepy, but you have to admit it's efficient. Here's a video that describes the process and shows the cool RFID paper tray.

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