Part 3 – Wednesday 28th September 2022, 12.30pm GMT
4 Part Webinar Series:
Possibilities and practicalities of cloud adoption in Life Sciences
Meet the Speakers
Head of Customer Success
Chief Operations Officer OdysseyVC
As the life sciences industry accelerates its pace of technical innovation and adopts new technology to help drive better outcomes, it is increasingly being drawn to the opportunities that Cloud solutions can offer.
Our webinar series is bringing together industry experts to discuss and explore how we can, as a community, support the adoption of cloud technology in our industry.
In This series, we will cover :
We will discuss why it’s important that a cloud digital vision and strategy must also incorporate, a well-crafted, compliance strategy. We will explore how regulated organisations can identify what regulatory requirements need to be considered and how they may influence your digital program feasibility and design. We will look at practical steps to take to implement your cloud digital vision compliantly.
An exploration into how robust QMS & ISMS systems can be best utilised to provide evidence of good governance practises of cloud technology development and deployment frameworks. We will investigate how the implementation of such quality and security systems can potentially change some traditional ways of demonstrating compliance.
A practical guide to choosing right-fit technologies that will meet compliance demands. We will discuss the expectations of regulated companies towards cloud technology vendors and how to satisfy the compliance obligations. We will gain insights from real-world examples of successfully implemented solutions, the challenges encountered and advise on dos and don’ts.
An exploration into how an agile approach to software development presents a need to revise the traditional dependency on approved documentation as an output to demonstrate validation and move towards availability of agile artifacts that provide traceability of the verification activities. We will explore how the agile DevOps software model can be adapted to incorporate GxP regulatory requirements.