May 27th, 2022
The University of Nottingham’s pioneering Trusted Research Environment (TRE) platform is now live, enhancing the university’s research capabilities.
Hosted by Digital and Technology Services (DTS) in Microsoft Azure, the secure data platform is available to researchers, partnered institutions and trusted organisations working with highly sensitive data.
Accessibility to the university’s TRE platform extends across all faculties and provides researchers with the tools and capabilities required to access sensitive data in a secure environment, whilst minimising the risk of data breaches.
A TRE provides a computing environment, with controlled access to data in that environment, for projects that require high security and ability to audit.
The centralised platform provides users with the tools needed to access, process, analyse and utilise sensitive data in a secure environment, enabling greater collaboration and improved fluidity.
The platforms extensive capabilities and progressive digital infrastructure will enhance research opportunities, empowering the university’s academic community to continue to produce world-changing research through effective collaboration and invention.
For more information regarding the TRE platform, such as the application process, its suitability for your work, platform security and/or associated costs, visit the Digital Research SharePoint site.
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