Carlsbad, California (PRWEB) May 16, 2016
LabArchives, a leading electronic lab notebook that helps research organizations store, organize and publish their research data today announced an integration with Box, a leading enterprise content management platform. With over 57,000 customers, including 59% of the Fortune 500, Box supports HIPAA compliance and serves provider, payor and life sciences companies around the world including MD Anderson Cancer Center, Mount Sinai Health, St. Joseph Healthcare and Benaroya Research Institute, Virginia Mason and Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute. LabArchives serves customers like University of Pittsburgh, University of Massachusetts Medical School Caltech, University of Wisconsin, and the University of Sydney. LabArchives is the leading cloud-based Electronic Laboratory with more than 120,000 scientists and professors using LabArchives to annotate, evaluate and manage their research. LabArchives meets regulatory accessibility and security standards commonly required in scientific research and education.
The new integration enables LabArchives and Box joint customers storing files over 250MB to be automatically stored in their institutional Box account, providing an extra layer of cloud-based secure storage, search and content sharing accessible through the LabArchives platform. The integration will help researchers at all levels better collaborate on important lab data.
Box and LabArchives are both Internet2 NET+ service providers and have undergone vetting and validation by Internet2 member campuses. The Internet2 NET+ program facilitates a rigorous service validation process led by universities, which ensures cloud services meet the research and education community's business, technical, legal, and compliance requirements.
LabArchives is the leading cloud-based Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) which replaces traditional paper notebooks in professional research labs and higher education laboratory courses. The LabArchives solution is used by more than 120,000 scientists and professors, including Nobel laureates, to store, organize, share, and publish their laboratory research and data. LabArchives meets most accessibility and regulatory standards for managing laboratory research and instruction. For more information, visit http://www.labarchives.com.