Posts Tagged ‘Cloud’

Pittcon 2018 Roundup

Enabling Science Through Cloud-Based Innovation Since it began in 1950, Pittcon has become “the world’s leading annual conference and exposition on laboratory science.”1   Every year major product innovations and acquisitions are announced at Pittcon.  Last year, Thermo Fisher Scientific announced the acquisition of Core Informatics to complement Thermo Fisher’s existing informatics solutions and its cloud…

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Cloud Deployment Options

Key Considerations When Moving to the Cloud Cloud Computing provides advantages in cost, scalability, security, and reliability. However, all Cloud deployment options are not the same. You must carefully consider your options when you are moving to the Cloud. Core outlined some of the benefits of the Cloud in our blog post, Scientific Platform Designed…

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Scientific Platform Designed to Run on Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Core Informatics and the Cloud We are entering a new age of research and development where the data collected is larger and more complex than ever before. Projects are moving outside the laboratory walls as more groups, both internal and external need to create, search, manipulate and analyze data. It is difficult to handle this…

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Regulated Labs Can Use the Platform for Science on a Validated Cloud Infrastructure

A New Path to the Cloud for Regulated and GxP Customers Cloud-based installations of the Platform for Science are nothing new. In fact, most of our customers are taking advantage of the scalability, reliability and cost savings that come with our cloud-based infrastructure. However, for our regulated and GxP customers, the cloud has traditionally not been an…

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Core Informatics at Bio-IT World: The Future of Scientific Informatics

In 2015, Core Informatics won Best of Show at Bio-IT World with Core Collaboration. This year we are highlighting the Platform for Science Marketplace. But before we dive into the innovative strategy behind the PFS Marketplace, let’s take a little look at how people used to buy informatics systems. Traditional Informatics Systems Traditionally, lab informatics software and systems have been…

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Top 10 Ways to Make Your IT Team Love You

Let’s face it. You have a complicated relationship with your organization’s IT team. Both your laboratory R&D Team and the IT team are under stress. You may be facing smaller budgets and smaller staffing levels, but with increased expectations for production and efficiency. Sometimes it seems like you can’t live together, but you both know…

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Informatics Challenges in Pharma and Biopharma R&D – Collaboration and Externalization

In a recent Core Blog, we identified five major challenges facing R&D and IT managers in pharma and biopharma companies as they strive to equip their researchers with modern, flexible and responsive laboratory information management systems: Managing New Science Dealing with Change Integrating Old and New Systems Collaboration and Externalization Harmonization and Simplification This post is the…

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Launch2015 in Review – Achieving Success with Core

The recent growth and expansion at Core Informatics proves the benefit of the disruptive innovation generated by our Platform for Science as more customers are evolving to a new value realization in their informatics investments. Virtually every Enterprise Software category’s competitive landscape is being reshaped by companies which leverage the Nexus of Forces. The Nexus of…

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Core Collaboration – A Closer Look

On February 12th Core Informatics announced its newest offering Core Collaboration‰™. On the same day, Michael Shanler from Gartner Research wrote a review entitled, Core Informatics‰’ R&D Cloud Platform Will Aid Scientific Collaboration. Core Collaboration was created to address an ever-increasing need in the world of research and development. Businesses are looking for fresh approaches…

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Launch14 – Amazon Web Services

The technical computing environment today is large, complex and expensive to set up and maintain. In addition, the utilization rates for in-house systems is generally poor due to project cycles and the ever increasing issues of new innovative technology obsoleting existing infrastructures and applications. The current security environment (physical, electronic and access) has improved dramatically…

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