• Business
  • Published 2013

Cloud Computing in Emerging Biotech and Pharmaceutical Companies

@inproceedings{Sommer2013CloudCI,
  title={Cloud Computing in Emerging Biotech and Pharmaceutical Companies},
  author={Thomas Sommer},
  year={2013}
}
The purpose of this research is to determine the qualitative advantages and disadvantages of cloud computing in emerging biotech and pharmaceutical companies. From the perspective of four small biotech and pharmaceutical organizations the research investigated the positive and negative aspects of cloud computing and how it impacted the way these organizations conduct business in an increasingly complex global community. The research techniques were mixed qualitative methods that provided cross… CONTINUE READING

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