Latham, NY, Oct. 08, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — As a chiropractor, the goal is to help patients live and feel better; however, in order to provide the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disorders of the neuromusculoskeletal system that many individuals need, they first need to establish the doctor-patient relationship. Many chiropractors are asking how to get more patients the chiropractic services that they really need! Chiro Solutions believes the answer to this dilemma is simple. Establish a medical marketing campaign customized to the individual practice for Inbound Lead Generation combined with AI Technology, a deadly duo.
Chiro Solutions bridges the gap between your practice and the local community with an all-in-one marketing software which attracts, nurtures & books these community members into your busy schedule for care. Over the past year Chiro Solutions has helped chiropractors across the US grow their practices to otherwise
Hillary Ries Shekinah Ma makes her authorial debut with ‘Frequency,’ a cosmic fairytale that doubles as a call to action
NELSON, British Columbia, Sept. 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — As the new decade unfolds and brings with it a plethora of unexpected challenges, many people are desperate to make sense out of what is happening and why.
In “Frequency: The Hour of Power Has Come,” author and spiritual visionary Hillary Ries Shekinah Ma provides answers to those on their quest toward enlightenment. A science fiction fantasy set in the year 2030 when all of humanity has been chipped and inserted into the Matrix and remains under constant surveillance, the book serves as a mirror of the current world and offers much-needed context to events that have recently occurred.
“Frequency” follows Sophia Star Water and her band of soul rebels, The Apocalypsos, who use their extraordinary music and spoken word talents
SAN FRANCISCO – Microsoft unveiled Azure Orbital Sept. 22, a service to help customers move data from satellites directly into the Azure cloud for processing and storage.
“With Azure Orbital, we’re taking our infrastructure to space, enabling anyone to access satellite data and capabilities from Azure,” CEO Satya Nadella said during the Microsoft Ignite 2020 conference.
The announcement marked the latest chapter in the competition between Microsoft and Amazon to connect satellite communications networks with cloud infrastructure.
In June, Amazon Web Services announced the formation of a dedicated business unit, Aerospace and Satellite Solutions, to offer cloud services to support space and launch operations.
Microsoft, meanwhile, is expanding its network of partners supporting Azure Orbital to include KSAT’s network of more than 200 satellite antennas. Intelsat, SES, Inmarsat and Viasat were already working with Microsoft to send customer data to Microsoft’s Azure network of fiber-linked data centers.