Cloud Logistics - This Week in Supply Chain Management (17 / 2012)

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This weekend is going to be great. I finally get the chance to conquer Scandinavia. My wife and I are doing a bicycle tour to Copenhagen. Just three days and 250 km, but the scenery is said to be amazing and the weather should be stable.
But don’t worry: Since I always select my accommodations according to the availability of internet access, I will still be able to publish an article on Monday.

Now let’s see what I read this week:

  • Some of my fellow colleagues at the research institute say that Cloud Logistics is the new hot topic. Here are some thoughts on the topic how cloud services can help reduce supply chain risks. (Article has been removed)
  • I found this new article on Sciencedirect related to supply chain design: “Robust possibilistic programming for socially responsible supply chain network design: A new approach”. The paper touches some new topics by combining aspects of uncertainty and social responsibility. (Sciencedirect)
  • RIMS just announced a webinar on “Strategic Implications of Data Risks: Exploring the intersection of privilege, protection and preparedness”. The seminar is USD 30 for non-members and will be held on May 15, 2012. (RIMS)

I hope you enjoy your weekend!


Could you please correct link to the Cloud Logistics article?

The cloud-article has been removed and replaced by a redirection. I'll make an update here in the comments, if the article is reposted.


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