But like many other companies -- even early cloud adopters -- IRB had limits as to what data it entrusted to the cloud.
IRB manages medical trials carried out worldwide, so it was hesitant to use the cloud to store sensitive data because of concerns about security and meeting regulatory obligations. "We have been very conservative about adopting any cloud-based technologies for the regulatory part of the business for fear of weakening the security," says Simon Corman, IRB's director of business operations.
Read the full article in Dark Reading's February Tech Digest.
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