You work hard for us, so we wanted to do something for you.
Joseph Roberts currently heads up our Development Services department and works out of our Traverse City, Michigan office. Prior to joining our team, Joseph was a Software QA Coordinator, a Level II Certified Explosive Engineer and spent 5 years as a volunteer firefighter. Joseph has an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Computer Information Systems & Networking from North Georgia Technical College.
We all know that things can get a little tough during the holiday season so last month we decided to do a food drive to benefit our local branch of the Salvation Army. This organization has been around for a long time and they are always willing to offer a helping hand to those in need.
Last night several of our CloudAccess.net staff and family members attended the “What You Need to Know About Breast Cancer Now” seminar that was hosted at the Cowell Family Cancer Center here in Traverse City Michigan.
This past weekend two of our team members, Danielle and Jonathan attended WordCamp Minneapolis. The event was well organized, there were many other sponsors, and loads of attendees eager to learn! They were instantly welcomed to the conference as they arrived at the speaker/sponsor networking event. As part of networking, they played a game of giant WordCamp Jenga which was riveting, to say the least!
Last weekend two of our team members, Danie and Eyvonne, attended WordCamp LA (WCLAX) 2016, an experience that did not disappoint. They had the wonderful opportunity to meet many amazing sponsors such as ourselves, along with the event organizers that make all of the magic happen. The event was held at the beautiful California State University of Los Angeles. The sponsor booths were setup outside on a balcany so that all could enjoy the perfect LA weather. Outside of the conference, they even had a bit of time to catch some fun at Universal Studios!
You will immediately notice a new, more intuitive user interface. The backups remain listed in chronological order and the same general backup specifications are displayed, but we have now expanded the vertical space that a backup occupies to accommodate larger buttons and distinct labels that will help users understand the general functions at a glance.
As most of us know, WordPress was first developed as a blogging platform, and Twenty Fifteen is a new theme that gets back to these roots. Twenty Fifteen is a clean, elegantly-designed, highly-customizable, blog-focused theme. It looks great on all devices, whether mobile or stationary, and comes with improved language support from Google's Noto Font family.