The Evolving Role of the GxP Archivist


Ensuring data protection and integrity among the changing demands new technologies bring

Customers and regulators expect the highest level of data integrity, and many organizations rely on an archivist to maintain and protect this most important asset.

Key points: 

  • GMP regulations accept the storage of data using cloud technology and there is no GLP regulation disallowing it
  • Cloud technology providers in the pharma and biopharma space operate on interpretation of the guidance
  • Using diligence, companies can use cloud technology to ensure they are getting the most out of their data and maintaining competitive advantage
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