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CEO of Florida startup, 28, blew $400k on escorts, strip clubs, Ubers

ceo of florida startup, 28, blew $400k on escorts, strip clubs, ubers

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CEO of Florida medical technology startup, 28, used company as a personal piggy bank and blew $400k on escorts, strip clubs, UberEats, Lyft and gifts for family, lawsuit claimsFiled in Tampa, the suit accuses Ecover Global CEO Raymond ‘Ben’ Sever, 28, of using the business as his ‘personal piggy bank to live on’ Sever allegedly paid nine different ‘escorts’ nearly $30,000 in company funds, including one woman who received as much as $12,000He’s also accused of making more than $17,000 in ATM withdrawals, which was said to be used to pay for liquor and visits to Thee Dollhouse strip clubThe suit was filed by his former best friend and business partner Brandon Bowen It claims Sever used $12,000 of company money to pay his rent, spent $64,000 on non-business expenses, and used more than $5,000 to buy gifts for familySever has not yet returned a DailyMail.com request for comment By Luke Kenton For Dailymail.com Published: 12:38 EDT, 20 October 2020 | Updated: 12:39 EDT, 20 October 2020 The CEO of a Florida medical technology start-up is accused of blowing more than $400,000 in company funds on escorts, strip clubs and UberEats orders, a lawsuit filed by one of the company’s shareholders claims.Filed in Hillsborough County, Tampa, the suit accuses Ecover …

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Cleveland’s Internet of Things collaborative to launch research hubs on community, business solutions

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland State University will establish two technology research hubs to expand the Internet of Things collaboration.The partnership researches physical technologies that are connected through the internet. Examples include a smart speaker or an engine that relays information via sensors. CSU and CWRU launched a research collaborative in 2017 to further explore the area.By establishing two “research hubs” with a $3.1 million grant from the Cleveland Foundation, the partnership aims to present more solutions using the Internet of Things. One hub will focus on how this technology can help the community. The other will explore applications in manufacturing and healthcare.The community hub will also curate a list of “Smart Cities” projects in Cleveland on the collaborative’s website. “Smart Cities” projects integrate technology into public spaces, like the Ohio Turnpike’s “Connected Road” where drivers who enable technology in their vehicles can receive alerts through sensors on the highway. “Universities are key to building a knowledge economy for the future, and a partnership between two of the region’s most respected institutions of higher education is catalytic for Cleveland’s transformation,” CSU President Harlan Sands said in a joint press release.“The …

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Microsoft, SpaceX are trying to expand cloud platform into space

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Microsoft is partnering with billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk-led SpaceX and others as it expands its cloud-computing platform into space, the software giant said Tuesday.
The partnership would allow Microsoft to connect its Azure cloud computing platform to SpaceX’s network of low-Earth orbiting satellites, offering the software company an edge in its battle with the rival cloud platform from Jeff Bezos’ Amazon.
Cloud companies have seen a surge in demand this year as more businesses use their services for switching to work from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Microsoft in recent months has tested its Azure cloud with satellites in space, and in September unveiled its Azure Space venture, tapping into the demand for data-heavy space services.
The services include “disaster prediction and tracking, increased visibility of supply chains and economic activity, and many others,” the company has said in U.S. regulatory filings.
“Where it makes sense, we will work with you, co-selling to our mutual customers, co-selling to new enterprise and future customers, and basically bring the power of the Starlink connectivity to the Azure infrastructure,” SpaceX president Gwynne Shotwell told Tom Keane, Microsoft’s corporate vice president of Azure Global, in a promotional video.
SpaceX, known …

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Dickson Medical Associates Advances Population Health Strategy by Selecting i2i

dickson medical associates advances population health strategy by selecting i2i

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FRANKLIN, Tenn., Oct. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Dickson Medical Associates (DMA), a multispecialty physician-owned medical group in Dickson, TN, is a world class provider of healthcare services for all of Middle Tennessee. With a significant focus on patient experience and quality standards, DMA has earned the recognition as an NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH). DMA selected i2iTracks® and i2iLinks™ after using and evaluating other population health management (PHM) systems. Advancing quality outcomes by placing the patient at the center of care delivery is DMA’s top priority. i2iTracks® and i2iLinks™ offer DMA an expansive data analytics platform to customize and operationalize care and quality management programs. i2i and DMA completed this implementation and go-live launch in 57 business days across all nine clinics with a seamless integration into their NextGen EHR platform.

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Clean, accurate data for provider scorecards and numerous quality program reports for Medicaid and Medicare beneficiaries was a priority for the executive team at DMA during the evaluation process. Clinicians find the morning huddle report extremely valuable to their workflow as it is used daily to proactively alert care managers of open care gaps that …

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Field Squared Selected by TRC to Embolden Digital Transformation of Its Utility Service Operations

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HIGHLANDS RANCH, Co., Oct. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Field Squared, Inc.™, the industry’s first Field Service Automation Platform, today announced that TRC Companies (NYSE: TRR), a leading global consulting, engineering and construction management firm, selected Field Squared as the backbone technology across its utility field service operations.
“Since 2016, TRC has expanded our field services offering to the natural gas distribution industry, where we help our customers maintain the safety and integrity of their distribution systems,” stated Nate Spayde, Project Manager at TRC. “As our field-based programs grew, we identified a need to streamline our project management processes with software to efficiently schedule, execute, and report on activities. We chose Field Squared as the best fit solution to help TRC meet these goals.”
With 140 offices around the world, and servicing many notable Fortune 500 utility companies, TRC has provided pioneering solutions to the power, infrastructure, environmental and energy markets for over 50 years.
TRC sought all-in-one software to meet the requirements of a corporate initiative to adopt technology to increase operational efficiency.
Field Squared will support TRC’s major client utility services projects, helping TRC to:

Increase scheduling efficiency via a centralized schedule view
Improve field data collection with Mobile Smart Forms, replacing disjointed tools
Empower …

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Minnetronix Medical Awarded National Institutes of Health Grant for Proprietary Neurapheresis Product That Removes Blood From Spinal Fluid

minnetronix medical awarded national institutes of health grant for proprietary neurapheresis product that removes blood from spinal fluid

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ST. PAUL, Minn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 20, 2020–

Minnetronix Medical, which partners with companies throughout the world to design, develop and manufacture medical device technology, today announced that it has been awarded a National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant i for continued study of its proprietary Neurapheresis™ Cerebrospinal Fluid Treatment Platform. ii Akin to hemodialysis, the Neurapheresis platform is designed to rapidly remove blood cells and their cytotoxic byproducts that are released into cerebrospinal fluid following an aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH).

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Minnetronix awarded fast track SBIR NIH grant for proprietary Neurapheresis product that removes blood from spinal fluid. Product is an example of the company’s acceleration of its platform strategy to bring adaptable technology and market-ready products to customers. (Photo: Business Wire)

The presence of blood in the spinal fluid increases the risk of complications such as cerebral vasospasm, edema, hydrocephalus, or stroke. The Neurapheresis System enables expedited removal of blood and blood byproducts from the cerebrospinal fluid. This has been shown to shorten hospital stays, reduce use of hospital resources and improve outcomes for patients, thereby reducing the healthcare economic burden. 1 …

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GE Healthcare Introduces Serena Bright, Industry’s First Contrast-Enhanced Guided Biopsy Solution

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CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 20, 2020–GE Healthcare today announced the availability of Serena Bright™ in the United States. Serena Bright™ is the industry’s first contrast-enhanced guided biopsy solution and will help empower clinicians and patients in their fight against breast cancer. Receiving U.S. Food and Drug Administration 510(k) clearance in June, this technology allows clinicians to conduct breast biopsy exams with contrast guidance using the same mammography equipment, in the same room and with the same staff as the screening or diagnostic mammogram.Typically, for lesions found with contrast-enhanced mammography and not seen on ultrasound, clinicians will use other imaging guidance, such as MRI, for biopsy procedures. Following an abnormal mammogram, it can take several weeks to get an MRI biopsy. 1 As the backlog of cancer screenings caused by COVID-19 persists, delays in diagnosis will likely lead to presentation at more advanced stages and poorer clinical outcomes, with one study pointing to a potential increase of 33,890 excessive cancer deaths in the U.S. alone. 2
Serena Bright may help decrease these delays, allowing follow-up biopsy procedures to be done in a matter of days, rather than waiting several weeks for MRI biopsy. When compared to MRI-biopsy guided therapy, the potential …

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SpaceX to Use Microsoft Azure for Satellite Cloud Computing – TheStreet

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SpaceX to Use Microsoft Azure for Satellite Cloud ComputingMicrosoft is partnering with SpaceX, Elon Musk’s low-orbit space company, to provide cloud-computing power.Author:Tony OwusuPublish date:Oct 20, 2020 10:24 AM EDTMicrosoft  (MSFT) – Get Report shares were rising following a report that the company was partnering with SpaceX, Elon Musk’s low-orbit space company, to provide cloud-computing power. Microsoft will offer cloud-computing services for space customers using SpaceX’s low-orbit spacecraft, which is being developed, as well as traditional satellite fleets orbiting the earth at higher altitudes. SpaceX will use Microsoft Azure’s orbital emulator, according to an interview with SpaceX Chief Executive Gwynne Shotwell, Space News reported. The emulator is a digital environment that enables users to visualize an entire satellite architecture, test satellite designs and artificial intelligence algorithms, Space News reported. “We will be delivering to the government a number of satellites that host a capability to protect against ballistic weapons,” Shotwell said, according to Space News. “Microsoft will be doing quite a bit of work as a subcontractor, which I think was kind of a funny twist to the relationship here.”Earlier this month SpaceX won a $149 million Department of Defense contract from its Space Development Agency to build four satellites to …

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Global Cloud Platforms for Internet of Things (IoT) Market Top Players 2026: Microsoft, Google, IBM, AWS (Amazon), Cisco etc.

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This versatile composition of research derivatives pertaining to diverse concurrent developments in the global Cloud Platforms for Internet of Things (IoT) market is poised to induce forward-looking perspectives favoring unfaltering growth stance.
A newly compiled research report presentation on global Cloud Platforms for Internet of Things (IoT) market is aimed to unfurl veritable details about growth prognosis that are effectively harnessed by prominent market drivers and growth influencers.
The report also sheds light on various growth deterrents and retardants to offer a decisive understanding on barrier analysis to optimally identify growth retardants that stun growth in global Cloud Platforms for Internet of Things (IoT) market. In further report highlights, readers are equipped with thorough understanding on barrier identification and threat evaluation
Vendor Profiling: Global Market_Keywor Market, 2020-27:

Microsoft
Google
IBM
AWS (Amazon)
Cisco
Salesforce
PTC
Oracle
Thingspeak
GE Predix
Thingstream
EMnify
Xively
Carriots
SAP
Amazon
Intel Corporation
Aeris
Fujitsu
Exosite
Bosch Software Innovations
Ayla Networks
Telit
Teezle
Particle
Zebra Technologies

DROT Analysis Driver Assessment: This section of the report also clearly identifies the major growth enablement triggers and drivers that push the growth trajectory.
 Understanding Growth Retardants: This report further entails crucial details on notable growth hindering aspects that …

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Jill Grozalsky: The Ideal Digital Experience – Agile, Responsive, Ever-Improving

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Jill Grozalsky’s college major in general communications gave her a solid foundation from which to explore a variety of career options. In her work for a government contractor, she did a fair amount of writing and editorial work for organizations such as the National Institute of Health and the National Institute of Justice. It was during that period that she got her introduction into the digital space, focusing on video content and establishing digital programs and strategies.
“From there, I went to the PR world where I focused on crisis communications, as well as social media and digital strategies to help increase engagement and conversations for various brands,” Grozalsky said. When it came time to move back to her hometown of Boston, she began working for a Sitecore implementation partner and discovered her passion.
“[That] is when I started to enter the world of digital customer experience — working for a Sitecore implementation partner and find[ing] my passion for personalization strategies and how to help brands deliver exceptional customer experiences,” she said. After several years working with various Sitecore implementation partners, as well as an advertising/digital agency, and progressing from strategist to VP of strategy, she moved in-house …

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