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Onix and Google Cloud at the Toronto Google Office!

Posted by Carly Sumlin, Marketing Events Planner on Aug 29, 2017

Google Event TorontoOnix and Google hosted an event at the Google Office in Toronto on August 15, 2017. At our event we explored how Google Cloud is helping companies like yours innovate to address large scale technology and business challenges.

In case you missed the event, highlights from the conversation included:

  • The next stage of genomic research will begin to derive meaningful knowledge from the DNA sequence. Research studies that build on the work of the Human Genome Project are underway worldwide and are using machine learning to help with research
  • Cloud computing is being leveraged to expedite many types of research, even beyond medical research applications.
  • Using Google Cloud Platform ensures data consistency for future analysis. Different data silos with different data structures are consolidated into one silo with a consistent structure so it can become actionable.
  • Because of the GCP products that can be leveraged, data is more actionable in near real-time, all while seeing significant cost reductions.

Our guests were able to network with IT peers while learning how Google Cloud Platform can improve core operations — and help launch entirely new business models! Keep an eye out for upcoming events in your area!

Topics: Cloud Infrastructure, Events


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Carly Sumlin, Marketing Events Planner

Carly Sumlin, Marketing Events Planner

Carly joined the Onix marketing team in 2013. She is the Events Planner at Onix, planning corporate and employee events. Working alongside Google, AWS and Onix Account Managers, she produces events throughout North America for prospective customers interested in cloud offerings. While Carly spends her days as Onix's events queen, she's no stranger to the royal life. She and her husband, Richard, once ruled Ohio's Medina High School as prom queen and king.