Seven Ways to Assess if a Remotely Hosted ELN is Right for You.
Thought you couldn't afford or support an Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN)? With the advent of cloud computing, there's an alternative to traditional, on-site software installation: Remotely-hosted and managed software available for a fixed-cost annual subscription. This white paper can help you make the right ELN decision. You'll learn:
What business analysts say about cloud computing trends (Hint: It's not just hype!)
The pros and cons of on-site vs. remotely-hosted ELNs
Seven questions to determine if a hosted ELN is right for you
The hosted ELN, accessed via a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business model, aids researchers working in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and chemical industries and academia. An ELN enables medicinal chemists, synthetic chemists and biologists to manage, explore, share and reuse experimental information and Intellectual Property (IP). A hosted informatics environment enables more R&D organizations to benefit from scientific software by reducing the requirements for Information Technology (IT) infrastructure and resources, lowering total cost of ownership.