Cloud Computing Expanding Into All Areas of Clinical Trial Conduct

By CenterWatch
Published: October 2014

Mention cloud computing for clinical trials and you’re likely to hear how it has begun to lower skyrocketing R&D costs while providing ease of use, rapid scalability, flexibility and availability when compared to other storage and processing options. The cloud has been described as an automated, elastic and cost-efficient environment that costs less than creating an on-premise data center. And the concerns over privacy and security that were a major issue five years ago have waned, as users have gained confidence to trust and place their data in the cloud.

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