Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Wonderware InTouch Access Anywhere Allows Round-the-Clock Access to Industry-leading HMI


Invensys extends mobile offerings to real-time visualization from any device at anytime and from anywhere

SCADA Systems and Java Security Concerns: Is it time to dump Java?

A guest blog by Suman Singh


Following the serious zero-day vulnerabilities discovered in Java early this year, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) advised users to disable Java in their web browsers. DHS in its updated alert said, “This and previous Java vulnerabilities have been widely targeted by attackers, and new Java vulnerabilities are likely to be discovered. To defend against this and future Java vulnerabilities, consider disabling Java in web browsers until adequate updates are available. As with any software, unnecessary features should be disabled or removed as appropriate for your environment." This advisory strengthens the claims put forth by experts regarding Java vulnerabilities and its usefulness in the browser. 

Monday, August 19, 2013

Success Story: China’s Yellow River Reduce Engineering Time, Cost and Effort

This video will show you how Wonderware Products help Water Commission for China’s Yellow River reduce engineering time, cost and effort



Monday, August 12, 2013

Industrial Automation and Controls Business – Why ChiNdia (China+India) Matters

Today China and India are among the fastest growing economies in the world that also present tremendous market opportunities to those willing to join the fray for newer growth opportunities. They are no longer just cost-effective manufacturing and services centers, but the world’s two biggest markets with rapidly expanding domestic market and infrastructure needs.


Monday, August 5, 2013

Success Story: Puerto Rico Water and Sewage Authority Delivers Increased Customer Satisfaction

Learn how Wonderware helped improve the efficiency and effectiveness of water operations with an effective security system, high-speed historical data collection and centralized system for 1500 sites throughout the island.