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Ignition Onboard: More Ignition on More Devices Equals More Innovation Kevin McClusky Tue, 03/27/2018 - 10:40
We officially launched the Ignition Onboard program at the 2018 ARC Industry Forum in February, and I couldn't be more excited! In case you're interested (and I think you should be), here are the basics.
Ignition Takes the Stage at the 2018 ARC Industry Forum Don Pearson Tue, 03/13/2018 - 15:00
At our fifth consecutive year at the ARC Industry Forum in Orlando, Florida, this past February, I couldn’t help but think how far we’ve come as a company since our first visit to that show in 2014. Back then, the Ignition platform had only been around for a short time. We were the new kid on the block and we often heard questions like “Who is Inductive Automation?” and “What the heck is Ignition?”
The State of ICS Security: The Good, The Bad, and The 6 Steps to Take Now Kevin McClusky Mon, 03/05/2018 - 14:15
I’ve had an interest in security for a long time. When I was first introduced to the automation industry years ago, I was surprised (read “appalled”) at the state of security. I worked for a small system integrator out of Sacramento, California, and coming from the IT world before that convinced me that the software and hardware available at the time were wholly inadequate for protecting just about anything. Frankly, it scared me.
Welcome to 90 Blue Ravine: Building a Bold, Bright Future Arnell Ignacio Tue, 02/20/2018 - 16:30
It’s been two months since we moved into our new corporate headquarters at 90 Blue Ravine Road in Folsom, California. The move provides our company with more room to expand and also signals that we're putting down roots and are here to stay.
How to Avoid Alarm Management Overload with Consolidation and Escalation Arnell Ignacio Tue, 01/09/2018 - 09:30
Learn about two alarm management best practices that are especially helpful for getting your alarms under control: consolidation and escalation.