Ivanti Acquires MobileIron and Pulse Secure to Deliver Intelligent and Secure Experiences Across All Devices
The combination cements Ivanti’s position as a global market leader in Unified Endpoint Management, Zero Trust Security, and IT Service Management.
In its ongoing support of the manufacturing technology community, IMTS–The International Manufacturing Technology Show launched a virtual Miles For Manufacturing (M4M) event in October— continuing through March 2021—that is designed to fund community-based organizations that champion under-represented, under-served students who participate in STEM and robotics programs in schools, in addition to directly funding STEM and FIRST™ robotics programs.
NUM’s Taiwan subsidiary has donated a complete CNC hardware and software package to the National Formosa University in Huwei.
Harpak-ULMA, an industry-leading packaging solutions provider, announced it is working with multiple medical device manufacturers commissioned to supply high volume syringe supplies as part of BARDA’s rapidly expanding COVID-19 Medical Countermeasure Portfolio.
Industry veteran brings successful leadership experience in the industrial capital and medical device industries.
Despite COVID, reshoring is up in 2020. Job announcements for 2020 are projected to reach 110,000, which will bring the total since 2010 to over 1 million by year’s end.
- by Ted Hawksford
There’s no doubt that this year has brought a mountain of change—especially in the manufacturing industry. As it is clear, this "new normal" will extend throughout most, if not all, of 2021, we need to collectively be better at identifying risk, empowering teams and adapting to change as it comes.
Honeywell Temperature Monitoring Solution Deployed at JFK International Airport to Screen Air Travelers
Honeywell ThermoRebellionTM uses thermal imaging and artificial intelligence to quickly and accurately detect elevated skin temperatures before boarding flights.
This edition of The IIC Journal of Innovation shows how IoT will play a crucial role in helping IT organizations adjust to the “new normal,” from working at home to social distancing.
- by Claudia Jarrett
Claudia Jarrett, country manager at obsolete parts supplier EU Automation, explains how, through automation, manufacturers can greatly enhance their processes—and address the US’s continued labor skills shortage.
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