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Computer Safety in the Time of COVID-19

In the midst of the health scares and the rapid economic downturn this pandemic is experiencing lurks another business hazard: the danger of computer-related crimes. Criminals take advantage of unstable times to gain entry to systems, a danger that is occurring at the same time IT departments are stretched to the limit and many people are working from home. MORE

Looking Ahead at Avenues of Learning

While the world copes with the impact of COVID-19, forward-looking companies are exploring how to best prepare for the future, including employee training when going offsite is not an option. Toward that end, VMA is launching a webinar and other virtual programs in June. Details will be announced soon. Meanwhile, those seeking information on COVID-19 can find a variety of resources on VMA.org. MORE

Valve Buyers Guide
 

VALVE INDUSTRY NEWS

VMA Welcomes Rayson Company MORE

Emerson Acquires American Governor MORE

EGC Enterprises Now an ITAR Registered Manufacturer MORE

Emerson Enters into 7-Year Strategic Alliance with SABIC MORE


 
 

END-USER NEWS

Energy M&A Activity in U.S. Down Big in First Quarter MORE

Chemical Activity Barometer Falls Sharply in March MORE

Construction Set to Start Again on Keystone XL Pipeline MORE

Goldman Sachs: Shale Positioned Well to Withstand Downturn MORE

DHS Issues Guidance to Clarify Essential Areas of Work MORE


VALVE MAGAZINE

Winter 2020:

Automating Old Sluice Gates

Old fluid power systems and their central power units can be replaced by individual electric actuators directly mounted on sluice gates, bringing new life to aged equipment. MORE
 

Coming in Spring 2020:

Beyond Valves: Ultrasonic Tool for Monitoring

Ultrasonic signals that correlate to the natural frequency of a material can be used to identify issues including weaknesses in industrial equipment such as motors, pumps, gearboxes and leaky valves.
 

MANUFACTURING AND THE ECONOMY

Consumer Confidence Drops to Three-Year Low MORE

U.S. Payrolls Decreased by 701,000 in March MORE

Approximately 10M File Jobless Claims Over Two-Week Span MORE

Texas Manufacturing Activity Contracts, Outlook Worsens MORE

IMF: Recession Under Way, Recovery in 2021 Possible MORE

 


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