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As technology advances, devices get smaller and more capable than ever before. The idea of the "ultrabook" first appeared in 2008 with the MacBook Air, and it sparked a wave of new devices, aiming to be extremely portable and convenient for on-the-go users. Now, there are many options from many companies to fit the niche of lightweight productivity. Apple made headlines recently when they introduced the new MacBook, making it slim, light, and fast, a tremendous upgrade from the previous MacBook, discontinued in 2010.
When looking to purchase a new device, common questions include "What kind? What will work best for our employees? What's the difference?" These are all valid questions, and very important when deciding on a computer, especially in the business setting.
Windows 10 will officially release on July 29 and will be available for free upgrade of all Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users. This free option is available for one year, followed by Windows 10 Home costing $119 and Windows 10 Pro costing $199 as the two most popular Windows suites. In the taskbar at the bottom right of Windows user desktops is a Windows logo that can be clicked in order to start the process to reserve your copy of Windows 10. Once providing your email, Microsoft will email you a confirmation.
The Igniting Business team is excited to announce that we are continuing to grow and add new members to our team – this one in the Kansas City Office where Andrew Dominick will be joining Ben Seidel and Linda Consiglio as a Web and IT Specialist.
Our own Danny Brugmann has been appointed as Co-Chair of the Education Sub-Committee of the Small Business Committee for the Columbia Chamber of Commerce. Danny will be planning educational topics and speakers for the Small Business Committee. We are proud of you, Danny!
Google announced earlier this year that their search engine algorithm will start rewarding websites that are "mobile-friendly." As the terms entails, this means that sites with responsive designs will gain an advantage in site rankings. This is Google's way of pushing people and businesses toward the goal of a mobile-friendly web. Since this search engine update has the potential to cause some substantial changes, it's important that you know what responsive design means.