The current crisis has certainly created many challenges for business, but it is also influencing us in unexpected ways, such accelerating interest in new technologies and capabilities. Ultimately, some of the tools we embrace during this experience may have profound positive impact on long-term lab efficiency.
At Agilent and businesses everywhere, the pandemic has increased the need for, and the acceptance of, digital tools as a way to support business continuity. But how can sophisticated instruments still get required timely service and specialized skills training still proceed?
Tools such as laboratory information management systems (LIMS) and electronic laboratory notebooks (ELNs), among other solutions, can help mitigate the impact on life in the lab. Not only can these systems streamline lab operations, they can also help labs fulfill emergency requests from research laboratories who need to ramp up their operations urgently.
Remote work restrictions have caused many planned live learning events to be canceled. New Virtual Instructor-led learning options help fill the gap.
New technologies find important new roles today, and highlight the value of smart, connected lab functionality.
Whether you are away from your lab or limiting access , you may be finding more time on your hands. Here are some ways to make the most of it.
Looking to access your software on a different computer? Interested in trying a new software to support you remotely? These resources can help.