9 April 2018 The Netherlands
eLabHybrid: Enabling Local Storage of Data Within a Cloud ELN Solution
Bio-ITech announces the launch of its new add-on eLabHybrid for eLabJournal®. A cloud-based Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) offers unparalleled access to your data from any device, anywhere in the world. A drawback when working with cloud-based applications, however, is that options for the storage of large data files are limited. Besides the bottleneck of bandwidth when uploading large files, storage of large data sets in the cloud is costly.
Many research laboratories generate terabytes of data, for instance with life image microscopy, genomics, or proteomics research, that cannot be linked efficiently in a cloud-based ELN. A frequently used workaround solution for this problem is to store data files on a local server and refer to those files in the ELN. However, this solution is not compliant with 21 CFR part 11 and GxP, as files can be modified without updating the reference in the ELN.
With eLabHybrid you can overcome this problem. Install eLabHybrid on a local server and all files will automatically be stored on that local server, while your eLabJournal remains hosted in the cloud. Once the file is uploaded in the ELN, eLABHybdrid and eLabJournal work seamlessly together to guarantee the file authenticity without any transfer of data over the internet.
eLabHybrid is a 21 CFR part 11 and GxP compliant solution. Files are locally stored and accessible in the eLabJournal ELN, while guaranteeing file authenticity. The entire audit trail of file modifications is logged automatically. eLabHybrid is available for both Cloud and Private Cloud installation.
How does one future-proof their lab? What does open ecosystem have to do with software? And how does it differ from open source? Join usLearn more
Listen NOW > The podcast Navigating Your Lab through a Digital Transformation reveals in an honest and open interview how Wageningen University has improved many aspects ofLearn more
“Bio-ITech will integrate rack scanners, including Eppendorf RackScan,” Wouter de Jong, Founder, and CEO of Bio-ITech, announced today. “Part of our commitment to eLabJournal and eLabInventoryLearn more