Clinovo White Papers Published in Summer 2014 Editions of Leading Medical Device & Pharmaceutical Publications


Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) July 29, 2014

White papers by Clinovo on CDISC Standards for medical devices, and cloud based eClinical technologies, have been published by leading pharmaceutical publications Data Basics and Med Device Online. These follow a long line of white papers by Clinovo to have been featured in high profile publications including Life Science Leader, Pharmaceutical Online, and OpenHealthNews.

At the request of SCDM Data Basics Clinovo provided a paper by CTO Marc Desgrousilliers, ‘The Five Essentials of Cloud Computing for Clinical Trials’, which was based on his award-winning presentation ‘Clinical Trials in The Cloud: A New Paradigm?’ at SCDM 2013. In the paper, released in Data Basics Summer 2014 edition, Marc Desgrouslliers covers the 5 essential characteristics of cloud-based systems as defined by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and applies them to eClinical systems. Issues such as validation and data security are covered, as well as the numerous benefits the cloud offers including scalability, cost savings, and increased time efficiency. Data Basics is a peer-reviewed journal distributed quarterly to 2,600+ SCDM members. Members include professionals in the biotechnology, medical device and pharmaceutical industries, as well as representatives of the academic, scientific and regulatory research communities.

Additionally, Marc Desgrousilliers was recently interviewed as part of Partnerships in Clinical Trials ‘Inside Outsourcing’ podcast series on the topic of cloud for clinical trials. In it, Marc covers how to get started when considering a cloud approach towards clinical trials, as well as offering a glimpse of Clinovo’s upcoming cloud-based Electronic Data Capture (EDC) system.

Med Device Online published Clinovo’s white paper ‘CDISC for Medical Device Companies: Progress Made And Best Practices From Pharma/BioTech Implementation.’ The paper is a direct transcription of a panel discussion of the same name that took place as part of Clinovo’s quarterly event, the Silicon Valley BioTalks. The panel included leaders in the field of CDISC standards for medical devices including CDISC Device Team Leader Carey Smoak as well as professionals from BioMarin and Santen. The paper covers topics such as the current level of CDISC implementation in pharma, therapeutic standards for medical device, the FDA and CDISC standards, the first medical device submission for Medical Device, and the steps to educate oneself in CDISC standards.

Clinovo’s white papers are available to download at Clinovo’s website and those wishing to listen to ‘Inside Outsourcing Podcast’ can do so here.

Contact information

Sophie McCallum

Director of Operations, Clinovo

408-773-6258

sophie.mccallum(at)clinovo(dot)com

About Clinovo

Clinovo is a technology focused Contract Research Organization (CRO) headquartered in the Silicon Valley. Clinovo streamlines clinical trials for life science companies globally by developing validated, intuitive open source eClinical Systems. Clients claim over 50% cost savings using Clinovo’s open source Electronic Data Capture (EDC) system ClinCapture, and CDISC Express, the first open source CDISC conversion tool. Services also include Clinical Data Services, Staffing Solutions, and TechTrainings.







More Cloud Computing Press Releases

Middle Eastern Enterprises Tend to Use More ICT Services, According to Discounted Kable Report Published at MarketPublishers.com


London, UK (PRWEB) July 15, 2014

Most of the 121 Middle Eastern enterprises surveyed are expected to significantly increase their ICT budgets in 2014. The companies in the region are planning to invest a greater portion of their external ICT budgets in software, hardware, and IT services in 2014 more than the combined allocation seen in 2013. Middle Eastern enterprises were allocating the greatest half of their software budgets to application lifecycle management (ALM) as of 2013, with information management and enterprise applications following after.

The intensifying global competition and government incentives are stimulating the usage of ICT amongst enterprises in the Middle East region. Considering business and IT objectives impact on IT investment strategy, finding more purchasing channels, selecting the better ICT providers are among the key ICT procurement trends in the region.

Discounted research report ICT investment trends in the Middle East – Enterprise ICT spending patterns through to the end of 2015 prepared by Kable is now available at MarketPublishers.com.

Report Details:

Title: ICT investment trends in the Middle East – Enterprise ICT spending patterns through to the end of 2015

Published: June, 2014

Pages: 59

Price: US$ 2,695.00

http://marketpublishers.com/report/it_services/ict-investment-trends-in-middle-east-enterprise-ict-spending-patterns-through-to-end-of-2015.html

The report offers an up-close look at ICT spending patterns in the Middle East by providing important findings from an all-round survey of the 121 enterprises operating in the region. The study investigates the core technologies which companies are pouring funds in, such as cloud computing solutions, content management, business intelligence, communications and collaboration, amid others. The study examines how the regions enterprises allocate their ICT budgets across the major areas of enterprise ICT expenditure (third-party IT services, hardware, software, consulting, and telecommunications); limelights the key approaches taken by the Middle Eastern enterprises when purchasing various technologies. The research report examines the ICT vendors and providers of services, reviews the main drivers impacting the enterprises’ investments in each category of technology, and also canvasses the preferred buying approaches. Furthermore, an insightful discussion of how the Middle Eastern enterprises ICT budget allocations and priorities are expected to change in the offing is provided in the report.

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Enrich your knowledge by understanding the Middle Eastern enterprises ICT landscape as of now along with projecting the possible changes in it throughout 2014.
Get a clear picture of how ICT money is allocated in your target audience.
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Learn about the prevalent factors that are having a bearing on the enterprises decision to choose a particular ICT provider.

India Enterprises to Increase Their ICT Budgets in 2014, According to Kable Report Published at MarketPublishers.com


London, UK (PRWEB) June 26, 2014

At present, enterprises in India are increasingly looking to IT in a bid to support various challenges in their business operations. The countrys demand for emerging technologies like virtualization, cloud computing, and mobility for enhanced operational efficiency is following an upward trend. Growing mobile subscriber base coupled with high smartphone penetration and expanding usage of the mobile internet is driving the demand for enterprise mobility. Meantime, demand for cloud computing in India is spurred by such factors as cost reduction and also ease of maintenance. Moreover, Indian enterprises tend to make a particular focus on client computing equipment.

In 2014, the Indian enterprises are anticipated to remarkably increase their ICT budgets in software, IT services and hardware in comparison with 2013. In 2013, the local enterprises allocated the biggest proportion of their software budgets to the application lifecycle management sector; it was followed by information management and also enterprise applications.

In-demand research report ICT investment trends in India – Enterprise ICT spending patterns through to the end of 2015 prepared by Kable is now available at MarketPublishers.com

Report Details:

Title: ICT investment trends in India – Enterprise ICT spending patterns through to the end of 2015

Published: May, 2014

Pages: 57

Price:

Call Tracking Software Market Trends and Outlook 2014-2019: Latest Published Market Research Report


Albany, NY (PRWEB) June 04, 2014

Call tracking software represents a means of recording information about incoming calls and allows the tracking of phone calls to be associated with performance based advertising and supplying additional analytic information about the calls. It allows firms to track the sources of inbound calls and identify specific channels and thus promotion performance (PPC, social media, SEO, etc.). It helps to track how the user found the website including the keywords searched and which pages were viewed prior to the call, during the call, and after the call.

View Full Report With Complete TOC or Request Sample of This Report at http://www.researchmoz.us/call-tracking-software-companies-solutions-and-market-outlook-2014-2019-report.html

As part of the Mind Commerce series of reports focused on technologies and solutions for Customer Relationship Management (CRM) optimization, Call Tracking Software: Companies, Solutions, and Market Outlook 2014 – 2019 evaluates the call tracking solutions including method of call tracking and benefits. The report presents the top rated call tracking software providers with a rating determined through proprietary analysis process. The report also evaluates call tracking software feature/functionality and provides a comparative analysis. In addition, our research examines call tracking software interface, ease of integration, product features, technical support, and the reporting method and procedures.

Target Audience:

Network operators

Digital advertising companies

Mobile marketing companies

Media companies and portals

Advertising agencies and brokers

Data analytics and integration companies

VoIP infrastructure and services companies

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) companies

View All Reports in ICT at http://www.researchmoz.us/ict-market-reports-96.html

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Fusion PPTs Article Zen & the Art of Service-Oriented IT published on InformationWeek.com


Vienna, VA (PRWEB) May 28, 2014

Fusion PPT, a recognized strategy and technology consulting firm, announced today that its article Zen & the Art of Service-Oriented IT, written by CEO Michael Biddick, has been published in the cloud computing section on InformationWeek.com. Biddick, an expert in the field of cloud computing who has authored a book on Federal Cloud Computing and written over 50 articles on cloud-related topics, discusses the benefits and challenges of getting on board with IT-as-a-Service (ITaaS).

Cloud computing is rapidly becoming yet another revolutionary step in the progression of technology in the U.S., and globally. With the introduction of the cloud, came public cloud providers all touting their products as the best, cheapest, and most mature. To say the least, competition is stiff. So, how can an IT service provider compete and succeed in this difficult market? According to Biddick, the way forward is ensuring quality, tailored solutions for customers through ITaaS. IT needs to evolve from sole service provider to service strategists that compete on quality.

However, according to the latest InformationWeek Services-Oriented IT Survey of over 400 businesses and technology professionals, not all service providers are adopting ITaaS. The survey reveals a gap between those providers who do embrace the concept, and those who are resisting the paradigm shift.

To do IT-as-a-Service well, CIOs must keep process, technology, and cultural aspects in equilibrium. Biddick remarks. ITaaS is not a plug-and-play. It takes a long-term commitment, and unless the organization is open to change, it will fail.

In his article, Biddick discusses the aspects of ITaaS that are essential to ensuring that ITaaS initiatives are successful, and provides best practices for creating a successful ITaaS strategy. If done right, ITaaS can provide long-term positive benefits to an organization, such as cost transparency, improved IT governance, better alignment with an organizations corporate strategy, as well as giving leaders the freedom to make smart investments.

Biddick continues, The customer-centric culture must permeate the entire IT group. I promise you that user satisfaction levels are a lot higher in IT organizations that are service-based.

To read the entire article, please click here.







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China Enterprises ICT Budgets to Increase in 2014, According to In-demand Report by Kable Published at MarketPublishers.com


London, UK (PRWEB) May 05, 2014

Along with increasing optimism around Chinas economy, the enterprise ICT market in the country is poised for health growth. Besides, in 2014, a considerable increase is expected in the majority of the local enterprises ICT budgets in comparison with 2013. Despite the fact that Chinas GDP growth rate has softened a little in comparison with the previous year, the countrys economy is still sustaining a rather stable and solid growth compared to other developing countries. In 2014, the local enterprises intend to increase their ICT budgets up to 6%. Software and hardware continue to be the two major sectors of expenditure in the domestic enterprises ICT budgets.

IBM, Microsoft, Orange, Oracle, Apple, Google, HP, RIM, BT, Vodafone, Rackspace, Nokia, Verizon, ATandT, VMware, Dell, Cisco, Amazon web services, Salesforce.com, Deutsche Telekom/T-Systems, SAP and SAS are amid the top providers of ICT technologies and solutions to the Chinese enterprises.

In-demand research report ICT investment trends in China – Enterprise ICT spending patterns through to the end of 2015 prepared by Kable is now available at MarketPublishers.com.

Report Details:

Title: ICT investment trends in China – Enterprise ICT spending patterns through to the end of 2015

Published: April, 2014

Pages: 56

Price:

Cost Benefits of a Virtualized IT Environment Drives Demand for 4G Cloud Services, According to a New Trend Report Published by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

San Jose, CA (PRWEB) January 07, 2014

Follow us on LinkedIn 4G technology is the fourth generation of mobile telecommunication. As the successor of 3G technology, the platform is architectured to offer higher speed, better spectral efficiency and enhanced data transfer rates. 4G Cloud Services are delivered over a network as-a-service, on an on-demand model that allows users to pay as per usage. Key benefits of 4G cloud services expected to fuel its adoption include consistent high speed broadband access, low latency connections, ubiquitous cloud connectivity, anytime & anywhere access to cloud applications to support workforce mobility by ensuring desktop-style productivity. Steady migration to 4G networks and growing demand for network as-a-service solutions are also expected to drive growth in the 4G Cloud Services market.

The trend report titled 4G Cloud Services announced by Global Industry Analysts Inc. is a focused research paper which provides cursory insights into the technology, its evolution, applications, and future prospects. The report also offers coverage on companies such as Amazon Web Services Inc., Amdocs Ltd., Astute Solutions Inc., Belgacom SA, Google Inc., IBM Corp., Microsoft Corp., Microsoft Corp., NetZero Inc., NICE Systems Ltd., Oracle Corp., Pegasystems Inc., Salesforce.com Inc., SAP AG, Sprint Nextel Corp., Sword Ciboodle Ltd., Vodafone Group PLC, Xchanging PLC, and ZTE Corp, among others.

For more details about this trend report, please visit http://www.strategyr.com/TrendReport.asp?code=146044.

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New Private Cloud Computing Market Report by Renub Research Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com


London, UK (PRWEB) September 06, 2012

The computing industry is witnessing a paradigm shift in the way computing is performed worldwide. There is a growing awareness among consumers and enterprises to access their information technology resources extensively through a ‘utility’ model, a development broadly called ‘cloud computing.’ Over the recent past, the interest in cloud computing has grown exponentially worldwide and is increasingly being adopted in all major ICT-related board room discussions.

The private cloud market is expected to be more than double from its current market in 2011. For this private cloud market is expected to grow with a CAGR of 21.5% for the period of 2011 2015.

New market research study “Private Cloud Computing Market & Forecast to 2015: Worldwide Analysis” worked out by Renub Research has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Title: Private Cloud Computing Market & Forecast to 2015: Worldwide Analysis

Published: September, 2012

Pages: 65

Price: US$ 1,250

http://marketpublishers.com/report/technologies_electronics/telecommunications/private-cloud-computing-market-forecast-to-2015-worldwide-analysis.html

The study provides a comprehensive assessment of the fast-evolving, high-growth Cloud Computing Market. The market is analysed in full the business processes, insightful data and information on its dynamics, competition, infrastructure and industry structure, support and application issues are among the topics discussed by the study.

Report Contents:

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. PRIVATE CLOUD COMPUTING OVERVIEW

2.1 Private Cloud Technology

2.1.1 Virtualization Technology

2.1.2 Storage Technology

2.1.3 Security

2.1.4 Bandwidth

2.1.5 Provisioning, Management and Metering Tools

3. PRIVATE CLOUD COMPUTING ANALYSIS

3.1 Private Cloud Computing Market & Forecast

3.2 Private Cloud Computing Market Share & Forecast

3.3 Private Cloud Server Market Share & Forecast By Application

4. PRIVATE CLOUD MARKET & FORECAST SEGMENT WISE

4.1 Private Cloud Application Virtualization Tools Market & Forecast

4.1.1 Private Cloud Business Infrastructure Application Market & Forecast

4.1.2 Private Cloud Based IT Infrastructure Application Market & Forecast

4.1.3 Private Cloud Application Development Market & Forecast

4.1.4 Private Cloud Collaboration Application Market & Forecast

4.1.5 Private Cloud Decision Support Market & Forecast

4.1.6 Private Cloud Web Infrastructure Market & Forecast

4.1.7 Private Cloud Scientific/Engineering Market & Forecast

4.2 Private Cloud Infrastructure Virtualization Tools Market & Forecast

4.3 Private Cloud Business Processes (BP) Virtualization Tools Market & Forecast

4.4 Private Cloud Middleware Virtualization Tools Market & Forecast

5. PRIVATE CLOUD DRIVING FORCES

5.1 Increasing Enterprise Private Cloud Server Deployment

5.2 Advantages Offered by Private Cloud Server

5.3 Datacenter Hardware Spending to Boost Private Cloud

5.4 Factors Driving Investment in Private Cloud Computing

5.5 Increasing Cloud-Based Mobile Applications

5.6 Affordable to Businesses, Especially Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs)

5.7 Private Cloud Adoption

6. PRIVATE CLOUD CHALLENGES

6.1 Cloudy Laws & Regulations & Privacy Issues Still Foggy

6.2 Data Availability & Networking Obstacles in the Private cloud

6.3 Business Concern Regarding Losing Control over Data and Risk

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 3 1: Private Cloud Computing Market (Million US$ ), 2010 2011

Figure 3 2: Forecast for Private Cloud Computing Market (Million US$ ), 2012 2015

Figure 3 3: Private Cloud Computing Market Share (Percent), 2010 2011

Figure 3 4: Forecast for Private Cloud Computing Market Share (Percent), 2012 2015

Figure 3 5: Worldwide Private Cloud Server Market Share by Application (Percent), 2010 2011

Figure 3 6: Worldwide Forecast for Private Cloud Server Market Share by Application (Percent), 2012 2014

Figure 4 1: Worldwide Private Cloud Server Market by Application (Million US$ ), 2010 2011

Figure 4 2: Worldwide Forecast for Private Cloud Server Market by Application (Million US$ ), 2012 2015

Figure 4 3: Worldwide Private Cloud Business Infrastructure Application Market (Million US$ ), 2010 2011

Figure 4 4: Worldwide Forecast for Private Cloud Business Infrastructure Application Market (Million US$ ), 2012 2014

Figure 4 5: Worldwide Private Cloud IT Infrastructure Application Market (Million US$ ), 2010 2011

Figure 4 6: Worldwide Forecast for Private Cloud IT Infrastructure Application Market (Million US$ ), 2012 2014

Figure 4 7: Worldwide Private Cloud Application Development Market (Million US$ ), 2010 2011

Figure 4 8: Worldwide Forecast for Private Cloud Application Development Market (Million US$ ), 2012 2014

Figure 4 9: Worldwide Private Cloud Collaboration Market (Million US$ ), 2010 2011

Figure 4 10: Worldwide Forecast for Private Cloud Collaboration Market (Million US$ ), 2012 2014

Figure 4 11: Worldwide Private Cloud Decision Support Market (Million US$ ), 2010 2011

Figure 4 12: Worldwide Forecast for Private Cloud Decision Support Market (Million US$ ), 2012 2014

Figure 4 13: Worldwide Private Cloud Web Infrastructure Market (Million US$ ), 2010 2011

Figure 4 14: Worldwide Forecast for Private Cloud Web Infrastructure Market (Million US$ ), 2012 2014

Figure 4 15: Worldwide Private Cloud Scientific/Engineering Market (Million US$ ), 2010 2011

Figure 4 16: Worldwide Forecast for Private Cloud Scientific/Engineering Market (Million US$ ), 2012 2014

Figure 4 17: Worldwide Private Cloud Infrastructure Virtualization Tools Market (Million US$ ), 2009 2011

Figure 4 18: Worldwide Forecast for Private Cloud Infrastructure Virtualization Tools Market (Million US$ ), 2012 2015

Figure 4 19: Worldwide Private Cloud BP Virtualization Tools Market (Million US$ ), 2009 2011

More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Renub Research page.