February 1, 2011
Biotech firms require vast computational resources and for those smaller companies, this means maximizing current infrastructure and processes as much as possible. Bruce Maches weighs in one a recent implementation, looking at the challenges and possibilities for these companies. Read more…
January 3, 2011
It is not just big biotech companies that can leverage cloud computing; smaller early stage companies are also taking advantage of what cloud computing has to offer to cut costs, reduce complexity and ensure that resources are focused on the primary goals of the organization. Read more…
May 21, 2010
Continued advances in drug discovery will exponentially increase the amount of data generated during the discovery process. IT organizations or vendors that can supply the needed cloud-based infrastructure services in a secure and reliable manner will certainly do well in this space. Read more…
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