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Our latest video: Maxim Magazine

As you may already know, Drupal has been heavily adopted by the Media, Entertainment and Publishing industries around the world - and for good reason. If you're a company that is content-rich, may need to scale your website quickly and sometimes without warning, and if your revenue streams are highly dependent upon your online presence and related channels like mobile, then Drupal is an unbeatable solution.

To give a better sense of who's using the technology and for what purpose, we've created numerous assets like these data sheets

And now, Acquia has launched a series of informative videos designed to give a more personal, inside look at some big brand users and how they're leveraging the power of Drupal to significantly boost their visitor experiences. Last week, my colleague Bryan House introduced our client Warner Music Group and their eloquent VP of Direct to Consumer services Ryan Garner This week, I'm delighted to announce this video featuring Michael Le Du, CTO of Maxim Magazine. Michael and the Maxim team have done a terrific job of redesigning and relaunching their site.

Hear it from him here:

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