ARE YOU TAKING PIS?


PIS, or Product & Image Security, is a magazine that might interest those IPKat readers who have to face serious copying and counterfeiting issues on a day-to-day basis and who prefer to rely on technical solutions rather than spend all their money on legal fees. Published six times a year by ECI International, PIS carries news and articles on smart labels, cryptography, security systems for software, tagging and tracing as well as significant legal decisions. There's also plenty of highly-focused and (for once) useful and interesting advertising.
ARE YOU TAKING PIS? ARE YOU TAKING PIS? Reviewed by Jeremy on Tuesday, August 17, 2004 Rating: 5

5 comments:

  1. Good blog but without political advertising you have little chance of selling anything.

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  4. Hey, you have a great blog here! I'm definitely going to bookmark you!

    I have a marketing tool site/blog. It pretty much covers marketing tool related stuff.

    Come and check it out if you get time :-)

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