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IoT in Action: Smart, Connected Products (Google Cloud Talks: Cambridge)
GDG Cloud Boston invites you to join Google Cloud at: Event: Google Cloud Talks: Cambridge Title: IoT in Action: Smart, Connected Products Registration Required New "Cloud Talks" Series Next Wednesday (11/28), Google Cloud invites you to join us for an entirely new program in the Cambridge/Boston area. Our new Google Cloud Talks series is built for Cloud users to learn and network after hours. Each month, we’ll bring together a community of IT practitioners at our Google offices to discuss key features of Google Cloud with our Customer Engineering experts. We’ll dive into the products, tools, and new features that matter most to your career as you modernize IT with Google Cloud. Summary Nobody has an IoT problem. Many people have a business problem which can be solved in whole or in part through the use of IoT technology. In this session, we'll leave the world of Raspberry Pi behind and talk about how Smart Connected Products are working to solve current business problems that are all around us. We’ll also explore how Google Cloud’s IoT tools and scalability make it the most flexible choice for your IoT solution. Agenda 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM - Check-in and refreshments 6:30 PM - 7:45 PM - Welcome address and presentation 7:45 PM - 9:00 PM - Reception and networking Speakers Kevin Holbrook, Cloud Customer Engineer Kevin Holbrook is a Cloud Customer Engineer who has spent the last 10 years working the IoT space (or ”M2M” as we used to say back in the day). Kevin has worked on dozens of Industrial IoT projects that are currently deployed in the field, and he also works with startups in the IoT space. Here at Google, he is focused on helping customers to solve real business problems with real-world technology. Location Google Campus, 355 Main St, Cambridge, MA

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