Many science-driven organizations are having to address rising cost and high risk pressures, improve innovation and focus on core competencies. Science-based organizations are moving collaborative relationships beyond traditional boundaries and creating flexible networks of researchers. With the adoption of a cloud platform, organizations can enhance scientific collaborative projects, increase operational agility and lower total cost of ownership.
Read our white paper "Cloud-Based Research Informatics" to discover how scientific research organizations can manage the transition to a more highly performant, flexible and agile partner workspace in the cloud.
Business and IT Challenges
In today’s fast-changing project landscape, creating and managing a complex high performance computing (HPC) and IT infrastructure to handle, analyze and share data presents significant scientific, business and IT challenges. Discover why many organizations are choosing to boost innovation and improve R&D ROI by turning to external collaborations.
The Collaborative Cloud Landscape
Faced with these data management/analytics, partnering and IT challenges, organizations are looking more and more to the cloud as a solution to relieve administrative burdens, speed analytical workflows and improve collaboration. Discover what essential components organizations are deciding on in their overall cloud strategy.
What Does A Cloud Solution Look Like
Science-based organizations are investigating the feasibility of cloud-based data management. A cloud computing platform needs to have a hosted system that provides certain essential characteristics. Read our white paper to discover the essential characteristics a successful cloud solution has to have.