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Sender: Records Management Program <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2018 09:46:12 -0500
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Many organizations think of archive as an afterthought or not at all. I’d
argue that this is, in fact, a lost opportunity, especially for the life
sciences industry.

Archiving data pays dividends down the road in terms of organizational
efficiency and particularly productivity. Having a central indexed
repository for research data enables researchers to easily know what’s
where, making it possible to maximize utility of the data.

Unfortunately, many life sciences organizations don’t have the
infrastructure in place to archive effectively. Without a data archive
strategy, research organizations end up storing data across different
research groups and locations, resulting in confusion and organizational
inefficiencies when the data is moved, modified, and used in analysis and

Dallas, Tx
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