Tech innovation in the health field has to start somewhere, and that somewhere is often in a university lab. But as tech innovation in clinical research grows and Big Data and data analytics become evermore vital to cancer research, precision medicine initiatives, and much more, a universitys ability to enable these capabilities is becoming just as critical.Research is changing around Big Data and analytics and, in some cases, machine learning and transforming the way that IT works and works with our researchers at our institutions, said Steve Sears, director of cloud and virtualization services at Johns Hopkins Institutions, during a panel discussion at the Commvault GO 2017 conference at the National Harbor near Washington, D.C., on Nov. 7.

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