The internet was founded on the principle that information should be open -- that everyone can build together. But we’ve come a long way in how the web looks and operates. Even as millions of websites and billions of people have come online, access to content is increasingly controlled by a handful of powerful corporations like Google, Facebook and Apple. These giants collect and silo our data, leading to questions about users’ privacy, consent and access.
Nodes, content entities, config entities, bundles, display modes... what? For people new to Drupal, and even those that have been around awhile, the naming of these things can be confusing. Understanding the philosophy behind the Entity system is important in order to make better decisions on how to build sites that work well, and do what you need to do.
In this webinar, learn about the different data structures in Drupal, how they work, and when to use them. Topics covered will include config vs. content entities, when to use a custom entity, and more including:
As the demand for cross-channel, personalized digital experiences skyrockets, enterprise business and tech leaders are re-evaluating their digital platform foundations. At the same time, many organizations are looking to the digital world for new strategies to streamline the business, operate more efficiently AND better serve their customers.
The number of security threats that organizations face today is staggering, and can be overwhelming if your team is not armed with the right foundation and tools to combat them early.
Are you aware of the threats that are likely to impact your organization? DDoS (or Distributed Denial of Service) attacks are a common challenge for any IT department, and a growing concern for organizations both big and small. The sophistication and scale of these threats call for a WCM solution that can mitigate attacks before they impact your digital experience delivery.
What do a coffee house, healthcare provider and credit card company have in common? While this may sound like the start to a bad joke, all three brands are working towards a common end goal: driving loyalty and increasing engagement.
Personalization is everywhere today, and while we don’t always realize its presence, its absence is felt. Modern users demand that each touchpoint in their digital experience be tailored to their unique needs and behaviors. In fact, nearly 75% of users get frustrated when content appears that has nothing to do with their interests.
While Fortune 500 brands, landscaping companies and technology organizations are very different, they all share a similar challenge: providing their end-users with consistent and engaging digital experiences on any device.
It seems like a no-brainer that websites today should be mobile responsive, but this can be a major overhaul depending on a company’s unique needs, combined with the capabilities of their existing CMS. Applied Materials, BrightView and Viavi all sought out open-source Drupal as a solution to their mobile demands.