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August 28, 2015The chemical industry is growing more aware of cybersecurity threats, especially to physical systems, such as plants and equipment, and taking an increased interest in countering these threats, according to industrial cybersecurity experts....
August 22, 2011Opening the door to innovation: AkzoNobel will develop next-generation coatings at Felling. Innovation is booming in the U.K. chemical industry. The launch in recent years of a series...
February 23, 2009Capturing the Potential of Innovation in Industrial Biotechnology (CLIB; Duesseldorf), a biotech innovation network featuring 60 member companies, is drawing industry interest by...
August 13, 2008A survey undertaken jointly by CW and IT services firm Itelligence (London) in the past few months has identified that nearly half of chemical firms are feeling a...
July 31, 2008Xiameter, Dow Corning’s online sales hub that sells silicones at a discount to customers who require no technical service, says that increasing sales in emerging regions has...
July 21, 2008Manufacturing operations software budgets at most chemical, oil, and gas (COG) firms in Europe and the U.S. rose this year, according to an AMR Research (Boston) survey that included...
July 21, 2008SAP’s “aggressive” growth into new products and customer bases has led to an IT skills shortage at the firm that could “force customers to grow their own...
September 11, 2007Companies are expected to continue to make substantial investments in security and information protection software as information technology (IT) systems remain vulnerable to cyber...
July 25, 2007EPA has continued dismantling its libraries in violation of a recent order from lawmakers to suspend the effort, according to EPA memorandums released by the Public Employees for...
July 24, 2007The communications infrastructure of chemical plants along the U.S. Gulf Coast has vastly improved since 2005 when two major hurricanes devastated the region, crippling the information...
July 24, 2007EPCglobal (Brussels), a coalition of retailers and other companies that are developing standards for use of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, says it has ratified a...
July 24, 2007Oracle’s recent lawsuit against rival SAP and its TomorrowNow (Bryan, TX) subsidiary has caused some SAP users to question what, if any, impact the suit could have on them should...
July 24, 2007The Chemical Industry Data Exchange (CIDX) says it has launched an initiative to develop standards aimed at improving the interoperability of plant floor computers to back-office ERP...
June 28, 2007Oracle, which filed suit against rival SAP and its TomorrowNow (Bryan, TX) subsidiary earlier this year, says it has filed an amended complaint in federal District Court in San...
June 28, 2007There are fundamental changes afoot in the enterprise software sector from both chemical industry buyers and sellers, analysts say. For chemical firms, many of which have already...