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  • Carving Up Security

    Many process control engineers and IT technicians are still learning to communicate with each other, but some are sitting down to define roles and divvy up security responsibilities to give their applications and organizations some much-needed peace of mind.

    Jim Montague, Executive Editor, Control Global
  • Give an Enduring Gift

    Donating time and technical expertise can transform the lives of people in the developing world.

    Mark Rosenzweig, Editor in Chief
  • We Want To Know

    How would you characterize your site's outreach efforts to your local community?

  • Air System Enhancements

    Contributing Editor Sheila Kennedy explains how to optimize compressed air quality, moisture, energy and priorities.

    Sheila Kennedy, contributing editor, Plant Services
  • Lean on Reliability

    Reliability excellence is the foundation of Lean manufacturing.

    Darrin Wikoff, CMRP
  • Self-Regulating Reactors Promise Pluses

    Research program aims to develop nanostructures that respond to varying conditions within a reactor by changing their size, shape or structure.

  • Houston, We Have Lift-off

    Several interesting new products got launched at ISA Expo.

    Mark Rosenzweig, Editor in Chief
  • Wireless Starts to Mesh

    Plants are taking a broader view of the role of the technology

    C. Kenna Amos, contributing editor
  • Upstairs, Downstairs

    Data Going Up, Data Going Down? Engineers and IT Shake Hands in the Middle as OPC Gives Way to XML, Web Services

    Bob Sperber
  • Upstream

    What We Think We Know About Upstream Straight Run

    Richard A. Furness and David W. Spitzer
  • Change Management

    In Part 2 of this article, David Berger, P.Eng., contributing editor, reminds you not to forget the human factor when designing a CMMS implementation process.

    David Berger, P.Eng., contributing editor
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