Keep your lab up and running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
A Business Continuity Plan (BCP) is a vital part of any laboratory-based business’ strategy to ensure continuous, uninterrupted operation regardless of any internal or external events. With increasing reliance on digital data systems and recent occurrences of cyberattack, it has never been more important to ensure that your laboratory data systems are protected against the repercussions of a disaster.
In this webinar, we will discuss how your choice of chromatography data system (CDS) can positively affect your ability to plan effectively for unforeseen events and aid you with maintaining 24/7 operation of your laboratory. We will highlight an example of how hardware and software can work together to simplify and secure business continuity.
Presenter: Anthony Crawshaw (Sr Sales Development Representative, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
In 1997 I graduated from Sheffield Hallam University with a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Chemistry and after a break from the subject took up my first roll as an Analytical Chemist at Quintiles (laterAptuit) based in Edinburgh. This was within the Pharmaceutical Analysis group and it provided me my first experience of the daunting world of GMP. It was also here that I was introduced to Charlie Chromeleon for the first time. At this point, still version 6. After several years I moved on and headed up my own team, running a satellite lab just outside of Edinburgh for the Northern Irish company, Almac. In this instance the lab performed HPLC method development and validation tasks and successfully attained GMP accreditation.
I joined, what was then Dionex (very soon to be Thermo Fisher Scientific) in 2011 as an HPLC and Software Product Specialist within the Sales Support Team. It was here that I started to home my skills withThermo Scientific Chromeleon CDS Software and in 2017 I moved to my current position as an Enterprise Sales Specialist for Thermo Scientific Chromeleon CDS Software within the newly formed global eCDS team.
Moderator: Simon Dunne (Sr Sales Development Representative, Thermo Fisher Scientific)
Simon is a Thermo Scientific Enterprise CDS Specialist for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, consulting on enterprise solutions for large multinational Chromatography Data System projects. He holds a PhD in analytical chemistry and has over 20 years’ experience in the field.