Scientific Computing takes a look at the SC10 Technical Program Technology Thrusts: Climate Simulation, Heterogeneous Computing, and Data Intensive Computing, and they find relevance to their own business model as it moves into the future:
The scientific publishing industry is also at a crossroads for data requirements and environments. As the majority of journal articles now produced have accompanying datasets, publishers must decide how they want to handle the digital artifacts underlying the science they are presenting. Do they become caretakers of the data, or merely provide identifiers to externally stored resources? If they are not keeping the data themselves, how can they be sure that it is being preserved in an acceptable manner?