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sciCloud.net® Launches Free Cloud Apps for Science at the Push of a Button

Published: Thursday, January 10, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, January 09, 2013
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Beta release available for free testing

LabLynx, Inc. has announced the launch of the public beta release of sciCloud.net®, a free cloud application for the science, technology, manufacturing and health/medical community.

sciCloud.net® will offer simple, affordable apps for science – without the need for an IT infrastructure. Users need only have access to the Internet. Apps are installed in their cloud account in seconds or minutes, with no technical skill or knowledge required. Instead of project managers, technical teams, buying and installing servers, configuring and maintaining them, etc., users simply select the app they want and click a button.

The account is free and takes only seconds to create, allowing users instant access to a free app of their choice. It is then fully scalable, with no limits or maximum, making sciCloud.net a viable option for any size project, laboratory, agency or company, from a single user to the largest corporations.

sciCloud.net®'s hosting is audited to SSAE 16 (formerly SAS 70 Type II) standards, and apps help users comply with all regulations and standards, including 21 CFR part 11, HIPAA, NELAP, ASCLAD, GALP, GAMP, ISO17025 and more.

A video on the scicloud.net site provides a simple, friendly overview of sciCloud and what it means for the sci/tech/mfg/health community on the sciCloud.net home page.


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