How Automation Can Power the Human Side of Developing for Drupal
A key source of IT value from current Drupal CMS platforms is that they’re automated enough to handle intricate workflows crucial to maintaining operations on the backend. All this so IT teams can focus on developing a truly powerful user experience on the frontend. They also feature built-in compliance with several industry standards, including FedRAMP, PCI DSS and HIPAA, that cover even the most complex code deployments, updates, migrations or user-oriented features like chat boxes.
Keeping Things Secure with Drupal
Drupal is a behemoth in the content management world. The 20 year-old open-sourced content management system powers over 600,000 websites. And for good reason, the open-sourced offering is highly customizable and always improving thanks to its strong community. But with great power comes great responsibility: from managing every piece of data that goes into Drupal to eliminating threats like data breaches and cyber intrusions that bombard its battle-tested CMS platforms.
Mapping the Evolution of Content Management Software With Drupal 7, 8 and 9
Content management software (CMS) plays a crucial role in today’s digital business world. A CMS makes it easy for companies to manage and update their websites and create a strong online presence. They are especially helpful for enterprises without an in-house web development team: Today’s CMS options are built so that individuals and businesses can maintain their existing website pages in a single interface without needing specialized technical knowledge.
3 Ways An External Partner Helps Optimize CMS Platforms
A content management system needs to look as good and work as seamlessly on the backend as it does on a company’s website. Employees publishing content, updating or replacing code, and designing web features need to be able to locate resources within the CMS to complete their work with relative simplicity—regardless of the complexity of the job at-hand.
How to Choose the Right Drupal Modules for Your Website
Drupal rocketed from a pet project at the University of Antwerp to global notoriety due, in large part, to the foundational opportunity for members of the developer community to download and create site plugins, tools, APIs and other features designed to complement Drupal’s fully open-sourced core modules.
How to Make the Most of the Drupal Community
What is the Drupal Community? This article give you the rundown and resources needed to get started in the Drupal Community.
A Guide to Drupal Security: Recommendations, Vulnerabilities, and More
Learn about Drupal security vulnerabilities and advisories, plus security recommendations and best practices for Drupal 7, 8, and 9.
Contegix Launches Managed Services for Drupal on AWS
Starting this week, Contegix is offering a managed services solution for companies with Drupal sites on Amazon Web Services, enabling businesses to focus on delivering the best digital experiences to their users, rather than configuring website infrastructure.