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Heart + Lung Health Festival 2017

Featuring four days of heart and lung educational events, the annual Heart + Lung Health FEST 2017 provides an incredible opportunity to engage and learn alongside professionals from all relevant heart and lung domains. Hosted by the Institute for Heart + Lung Health, this year’s event will offer participants the opportunity to hear from top experts, present their work, network with like-minded professionals and celebrate recent successes. Join PHEMI CEO, Dr. Paul Terry, on March 16th at 7:00 AM for

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Webinar: The State of the Art in Data Management for Precision Medicine & Genomics

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eHealth Initiative (eHi) recently interviewed a number of leading healthcare organizations to learn about their data management strategies for precision medicine and genomics. Join this informative webinar to learn the role of precision medicine, and how organizations are working to get the most value from their genomic data. Topics include: Integrating genomics with clinical practice Use-case examples Data management and storage strategies Getting data ready for analytics Privacy and security concerns Implications of data sharing Exploring and mining unstructured and

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Guest Speaker: Dr. Paul Terry at SFU’s Big Data Hub

PHEMI’s President and CEO, Dr. Paul Terry will be giving a talk on Thursday, Jan. 19th, 12-1 pm, in the Presentation Studio at SFU’s Big Data Hub (ASB 10900). In his talk, Paul Terry will discuss the following issues, and consider the future of big data. * Big Data meets the cloud. * Big Data takes over from the Data Warehouse – Is there a future beyond SQL? * Big Data meets real time – Analysis as a competitive advance –

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IoT Predictions for 2017: Big Data, Orchestration, Standardization, and More

2016 has certainly been an exciting year in the burgeoning IoT space. Yet 2017 is expected to be even better; a recent note from 451 Research argues that seven in 10 enterprise IT buyers are now gathering IoT data, a figure expected to rise even further in 12 months’ time. Below, IoT Tech News has put together a series of predictions from experts at the sharp end of the industry. Agree or disagree? Let us know in the comments. 1. Real

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Executive Viewpoint 2017 Prediction: PHEMI

With analysts predicting a worldwide big data technology and services market valued at nearly $50 billion by 2019, it’s imperative to understand big data trends. PHEMI Systems CEO Dr. Paul Terry shares insights gleaned from working with CIOs and IT departments leveraging big data more effectively for analysis, business intelligence, data science, and discovery. Consensus Builds for Big Data Privacy and Governance Data Science Drives Greater Discovery Emerging Cloud-Based Big Data Solutions Big Data Warehouse Solutions Out-of-the-Box New Business Requirements

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Big Data on the Move: What’s in Store for 2017?

By Dr. Paul Terry, CEO, PHEMI Over the past year, there clearly has been some major movement in trends associated with big data. As we move into the New Year, it’s helpful to explore features that are quickly becoming essentials for organizations that want to get the most value out of their data, and help ensure their big data system isn’t a big hassle. By now, big data’s immense capabilities are well known. Businesses are excited to leverage all of

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Canarie National Summit 2016

Canarie National Summit 2016

CANARIE strengthens Canadian leadership in science and technology by delivering digital infrastructure to support world-class research that directly benefits all Canadians. Come together in beautiful Montreal and engage with Canada’s leaders in scientific research, private industry and government to explore how the torrent of data is impacting policy, technology, infrastructure, and behavior. Join PHEMI CEO, Dr. Paul Terry, at the event for his session on Data: Today’s Critical Capital. November 23, 2016 at 9:05 AM.

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PHEMI CEO Featured Speaker at Upcoming CANARIE National Summit 2016 in Montreal, Canada

Dr. Paul Terry discusses big data as critical capital and explores latest innovations to capture and derive maximum benefit from data VANCOUVER, BC, November 15, 2016 – PHEMI, the company delivering big data solutions with built-in privacy, security, and governance and enterprise-grade management, today announced the participation of its CEO Dr. Paul Terry as a featured speaker at the upcoming CANARIE National Summit 2016 be held at the Hotel Omni Mont Royal, November 22-23 in Montreal, Canada. Dr. Terry’s presentation

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LifeSciences BC ACCESS TO INNOVATION Conference

LifeSciences BC’s ACCESS TO INNOVATION Conference

LifeSciences BC is hosting the ACCESS TO INNOVATION Conference brings together academia, health institutions, government and industry to engage in discussions on how they can improve on access to innovation. During these two days, they aim to transform Access to Innovation in B.C. and contribute to the knowledge-based economy. Join PHEMI CEO, Dr. Paul Terry, on November 3rd at 2:45 PM for the panel session about Market Enablers. Additional panelists include: Dr. Dermont Kelleher, Dean, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia Dr.

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Life Sciences Association of Manitoba AGM

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The Life Science Association of Manitoba (LSAM) is the voice and organizational nucleus of Manitoba’s life science industry. Since 1990, it’s come to represent over 110 local organizations that span across Manitoba’s health, bioproduct, and food and agriculture sectors. As a non-profit, LSAM strives to grow Manitoba’s vibrant life science industry. It collaborates with members, stakeholders, government officials, and other organizations to achieve excellence in this competitive industry. Through its training and development programs, LSAM drives Manitoba’s life science community

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