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The Benefits of Using Cloud Servers in Industry


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Cloud servers are the “most recent” in the huge selection of different networking options that businesses or people have to choose from. Many are leaping on board the “Bandwagon cloud server,” as many find this the means of the networking potential. Many advantages come with the acquisition of cloud servers, for example an overall reduction […]

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Overview of Release Management


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Release management can be defined as a process of monitoring and controlling the flow of various changes into an IT infrastructure. Each of the upgrade or update of a configuration point is called a release. It is important to note that there are three major levels of releases that are worth mentioning and these levels […]

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Supplier Vs Regulatory Audits


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Recently we have been asked to perform several gap analyses exercises for supply chain organisations that are hoping to win business with pharmaceutical clients.  There has been a mismatch in what WE, have been asked to do, so I thought that writing this short and to-the-point article would be useful. Regulatory Firstly, in this context […]

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Case Study – Project Structures DO WORK!


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Background A small group of computer system validation specialists were working on a client project to help validate a legacy computer system in response to a regulatory citation.  On arrival to the site and during the elicitation of the user requirements (required as part of the validation package) it was identified that there was no […]

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The Power of Word Processing and Typing Skills


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Everyday we all use computers to do our work, most of us, to some extent are required to use a word processing application to at least some extent. The de-facto word processor in most cases is Microsoft Word and to take a guess, most of us are using a minimum version of Word 2003 with […]

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Documenting a Network Infrastructure


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Network Qualification – What You Need To Know Qualified Infrastructure is a must for hosting any validated cGxP system; Network Qualification is a fundamental component of any Infrastructure.  Networks are complicated and not many people really know about them, but how complex are they? To qualify a network, the first task is to perform an […]

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Benefits of Proceduralised Systems


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Everything we do, at work or at play is a process driven task!  Fast.  Whether this is making a cup of tea (yes, there is a British Standard for this too!), mowing the lawn, feeding the dog or preparing a VAT return for HMRC.  In order to ensure that our processes are carried out efficiently, […]

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An Easy Way to Validate an SQL Report


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When validating computer systems and applications an array of screenshots and other such supporting documentation is frequently used.  All too often, supporting information is simply stored in a database and is easily accessible, which means that the information can be extracted by use of an SQL query and presented in a user-friendly format with a […]

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