The long-term archiving of digital raw data is critical to ensure compliance with Good Laboratory Practice (GLP), to meet the requirements of data integrity guidance issued by regulatory authorities, and to achieve inspection readiness.
The process can be challenging and requires careful planning if the integrity of your data is to be preserved and for it to remain accessible, readable, and usable throughout the entire duration of its required retention period.
Our new Guide to Archiving Laboratory Data has been designed to provide an introduction into how to store your source data to meet GLP requirements.
Throughout the eBook we’ll cover topics such as;
- Digital storage vs digital preservation
- Digital continuity and data integrity
- The value of metadata
- End of life considerations
- When to archive your data.
Focussed primarily on an Archivist’s or Records Manager perspective, this eBook identifies and explores the above considerations and provides guidance on how best to resolve these challenges.
You can download the full eBook for free by completing the below form.
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