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Cloud Computing in Pharmaceutical Research and Development - Virtualization of Data through the Cloud Optimizes Next-Generation DNA Sequencing and Clinical Trials Data
Date:4/27/2013

Albany, NY (PRWEB) April 28, 2013

GBI Research, leading business intelligence provider has released its latest report, Cloud Computing in Pharmaceutical Research and Development Virtualization of Data through the Cloud Optimizes Next-Generation DNA Sequencing and Clinical Trials Data Management, which provides insights into the key applications of cloud computing in the research, development and sales effectiveness within the pharmaceutical industry. The report provides an understanding of technological concepts in cloud computing, including cloud computing service models, deployment models and key stakeholders. Information on the major players in the cloud computing space is followed by an overall assessment of the technology in terms of benefits and restraints.

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Applications of cloud computing in the pharmaceutical industry are explained in the next section, with a focus on next-generation sequencing, bioinformatics, transfer of information across the sales force and clinical trials data management.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research, and in-house analysis by GBI Researchs team of industry experts.

GBI Research analyses reveals that cloud computing has managed to change the invention, development, deployment updating and maintenance of information technology (IT) services. While the per-unit cost of computing has decreased due to the exponential increase in the power of modern machines, the cost of managing IT infrastructure has increased over the same time period. This is mainly due to the penetration of systems within the organization which has significantly increased the complexity of the entire infrastructure. Cloud com
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