We’re getting a lot of interest in project management on OpenText Content Server / Livelink from industries that operate in regulated environments, for example the Public Sector, Utilities and Energy. And from project managers in organizations that supply these industries.Read More
Topics: Project Management
Near the close of 2012, I summarized the 9 reasons why I felt SAP should be integrated with ELNs. Three years later, here’s my take on why this integration is now a necessity.Read More
Can SharePoint work as an ELN? I get asked many questions about using SharePoint as an ELN and it seems like a good time to take stock and sum up the various points, both pro and con.
Firstly I’ll review SharePoint and some of the strong features that are absolutely required for an ELN such as collaboration, audits and versions. Then I’ll discuss what is missing from SharePoint and why it might be worth considering a commercial Electronic Lab Notebook.Read More
As Electronic Lab Notebooks (ELNs) roll out across more and more industries, there are discussions on whether ELNs in the Cloud are now mature enough for consideration.
An important consideration is where to host and maintain your valuable R&D data.
How do you bring together tens of thousands of pages of certificates, drawings, procedures and specifications into one formatted, organized document with an up to date table of contents?
And then do it all over again the next week with new content for a new customer?Read More
I cannot tell you how many times I have been asked this question by potential ELNRead More
I’ve been working with Project Managers from different industries and over the last few years and I have seen their pressure increase as managing projects seems to get more complex every year.
Ever think about how much work it is to deploy an Electronic Laboratory Notebook (ELN)?
Seems like an overwhelming task.
For many organizations it is.
Catching up with reading over the New Year, I found the article ‘Tough Choices for Consumer Goods companies’ in my list. (http://www.mckinsey.com/insights/consumer_and_retail/tough_choices_for_consumer_goods_companies).
It’s a challenge to think about carbon dioxide as a positive resource rather than as a pollutant, but that’s what Gernot Klotz, Innovation head at Cefic, set out to do at October’s Carbon Dioxide Utilization Summit.