The adoption of online cloud solutions for life sciences helps biomedical organizations improve efficiency but faces challenges around compliance, including HIPAA compliance.
With funding for biomedical research and healthcare innovation in the U.S. showing a decline during the last ten years, organizations in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries are looking for ways to reduce costs and optimize their processes for lean operations.
With so many software solutions available in the cloud, these organizations will likely turn to technology to help optimize efficiency. However, very few online cloud solutions for life sciences can offer an end to end business management solution, plus integration to third-party applications.
Even fewer software providers are also able to offer highly secure and compliance-ready solutions including
This compliance hurdle will affect the purchasing decisions of life sciences leadership but it’s not likely to be a deterrent, given that cloud computing will remain a leading IT trend across industries in 2015, according to a
Lastly, enterprise solutions deployed in house are simply not in the budget for many start-ups and established organizations don't often have the IT resources to maintain on-premises systems and servers.
So the question isn’t – will life sciences organizations continue to adopt cloud computing. It’s – which providers of online cloud solutions for life sciences will be able to support the needs of biomedical and healthcare industries.
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"Cloud is the new style of elastically scalable, self-service computing, and both internal applications and external applications will be built on this new style," said David Cearley, Gartner vice president, in a recent statement about 2015 IT trends.