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Citrix, Google Cloud helping transform cancer treatment

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Using Citrix networking solutions, including Citrix ADC, Oncology Ventures can optimise application performance, drive reliable experience that keeps employees engaged

Cancer is among the leading cause of death worldwide. With the help of Citrix Systems Inc and Google Cloud, Oncology Venture is transforming care for patients around the globe. Leveraging Citrix digital workspace solutions on Google Cloud’s platform, the company is able to deliver secure and reliable access to the applications and data the specialists it relies on to develop personalised treatments need and prefer to use in a single, unified experience. On July 28, the company will share the story if it’s successful in a virtual session at Google Cloud NextOnAir.

“Oncology Venture has created a platform for doctors to easily predict which cancer treatment is the right one for their patients,” said Ulrik Christensen, Principal Infrastructure Engineer, Oncology Venture. “Initially, we ran the platform ourselves, but we did not have the resources to get the performance that was needed and were unable to scale the solution.”

“We need a solution that allows our employees to securely access development tools, applications and data on any network on any device at any time without compromising sensitive patient data,” Christensen said.

Using Citrix networking solutions, including Citrix ADC, Oncology Ventures can optimise application performance and drive a reliable experience that keeps employees engaged. And using the microapp capabilities within Citrix Workspace, it can design workflows to simplify tasks and keep them productive.

According to Christensen, Citrix Workspace for Google Cloud has changed the game for Oncology Venture. “Citrix and Google Cloud help Oncology Venture solve for faster cancer treatments,” he said. “When we were running analyses in our own data centre, it took us three weeks to run 1,500 patients. Now we can do that in a matter of hours, which means we can get results faster and provide treatment faster to patients.”

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