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Data Migration – Moving your data to a better place

27 Mar 2013 - 27 Mar 2013 - Webinar via WebEx



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Join us Wednesday, March 27, 2013 at 2pm EDT

All information systems will eventually reach the end of their life.  In most cases, however, these legacy systems either contain data that still has critical business value to your company or is required to be maintained for a certain time period by a regulatory body.  One strategic option is to migrate this data to a new informatics system. This Data Migration requires planning as it is often one of the most critical components of a successful lab informatics project, and depending on the differences between the old and the new systems, it can also be one of the most complex components to execute. 

In this one hour webinar, learn how to identify what, when and how data should be migrated to the new Lab Informatics system.

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Key Take-Aways:

  • How to recognize the different categories of data
  • How to identify what  data should be migrated
  • Understanding of the different methods of migration and when they should be used
  • How to Plan for the Data Migration Process

Who Should Attend:

  • Laboratory Directors, Managers and Analysts
  • IT Project Managers
  • IT Executives and Leaders
  • Quality Assurance and IT Quality Professionals

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This is a complimentary hour long presentation including a Q & A section.

This is the next installment in our ongoing series of complimentary webinars focused on issues of interest to the informatics community. To view past webinars or see future topics or want to sign up to receive webinar news click the links below:

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CSols, Inc.
131 Continental Drive, Suite 303
Newark, DE 19713
302-731-5290  |  www.csolsinc.com



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