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Digital Signatures in the Enterprise

June 18, 2013 | 1:00 pm EDT  | Access Today  

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More and more organizations – academia, government, biotech and pharma – are building or contemplating the design of new datacenters that can handle petabytes of data and seamlessly move that data from the research lab to collaborators and archives and back again. They must be green (space and cooling efficient) and scalable, capable of handling today’s workflows and flexible to meet tomorrow’s decisions for Cloud.

For years, Accunet, a leading IT systems integrator, has been working with biomedical organizations to design and build state-of-the-art data centers. In this web symposium, industry experts will share key decisions that must go into the design and construction of future-ready datacenters. The lessons and best practices in this webinar could prove critical in your next data center decision.



Jason Freimark
Manager of HPC Operations
Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard

Jason FreimarkJason moved to Boston in 1996, and worked at Fidelity Investments, IBM and Boston's Museum of Science in various technical and leadership roles. In 2001, he joined the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, participating in the growth spurred by the sequencing and publication of the human genome.

In 2003, the Whitehead Center for Genomic Research spun off to found the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, and Jason went with the new organization to manage their network and data centers. He now oversees the Linux, Storage and Infrastructure teams at the Broad, responsible for the planning and operation of the institute's data centers, servers, and 14+ petabytes of storage.

Jason earned his degree in Theatre Technology and Production Management from The Ohio State University.



Alan Dumas
Founder and President
Accunet Solutions

Speaker photo AlanAlan steers Accunet’s strategic direction and manages its overall operations. To his position, Alan brings more than 20 years of experience in IT and systems integration sales and operations. While he oversees all aspects of the Company’s operations, Alan focuses most of his efforts on customers through his leadership of the sales, business development and operations management functions.

Accunet Solutions was founded in 1997 to deliver superior, best-in-class technology solutions with maximum customer value. Over the past 16+ years of sustained, uninterrupted growth, the company has invested heavily to build deep, synergetic relationships with the finest storage, security and networking technology providers from across the world. With a deeply-experienced and highly-certified staff, Accunet meets and exceed the ongoing demands of an extremely impressive list of life sciences organizations.


Sanjay Joshi 
CTO, Life Sciences 
EMC Isilon Storage Division 
Sanjay JoshiSanjay Joshi is the CTO, Life Sciences at the EMC Isilon Storage Division and based in Seattle, Washington, USA. His 22 year career has spanned the entire gamut of life sciences from clinical and biotechnology research to healthcare informatics to medical devices.  

His current focus is Big Data in Genomics and Proteomics. Sanjay was the recipient of a $425,000 NIH Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant for “proteomics processing using networked instrument routers”. He has also been a consultant on several NIH grants. He is actively involved in non-profit biotech networking and educational organizations in the Seattle area. 
His recent experience has included Cloud architectures for Healthcare EMR data and Life Sciences; multi-dimensional data analysis in Proteomics and Flow Cytometry; FDA and HIPAA computer systems validations; LIMS design and compliance for the genomics and biotechnology industry; translational research in embryology and imaging technologies. 
Sanjay received his Bachelors in Instrumentation Technology from Bangalore University with honors and Master of Biomedical Engineering from the University of New South Wales, Sydney. He also completed PhD courses in Molecular Biotechnology at the University of Washington, Seattle.



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