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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

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  •     A brief technical understanding of cloud computing services
  •     Review of cloud computing service models, deployment models and role of major stakeholders
  •     Dedicated section on applications of cloud computing across the pharmaceutical industry value chain
  •     An understanding the benefits and restraints of cloud computing
  •     The report also covers information on the leading market players and the competitive landscape, including established companies, technology providers and innovative companies in the cloud computing space

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