The Big Reverse of the Web

We’re in the middle of a digital revolution. In 10 years, we won’t recognize the modern day website. Here’s why: The current web is "pull-based," meaning we visit websites or download mobile applications. The future of the web is "push-based," meaning the web will come to us. This transformative shift is what we’re referring to as The Big Reverse of the Web.

How can you future-proof your business to brace for this transformative shift? Join Dries Buytaert in a discussion on how to prepare your organization for The Big Reverse of the Web, including:

  • Embracing the push-based web across websites, mobile devices, and things
  • Re-architecting digital strategy to build for the future of experience delivery
  • Delivering truly personalized content to consumers
  • Adapting on the fly to changing digital behaviors

About Dries Buytaert:

Named one of the top 35 innovators in the world under 35 by MIT Technology Review and elected one of the “Young Entrepreneurs of Tech” by BusinessWeek, Dries Buytaert is the creator of Drupal and co-founder and CTO of Acquia. An open source pioneer, Dries developed Drupal out of his college dorm room in 2001 and has since then led it to become one of the fastest growing open source projects that runs millions of websites today.

Watch the recorded webinar

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Tuesday, July 21, 2015 EST


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Dries Buytaert, chairman and chief technology officer, Acquia

Dries Buytaert

Chairman, Chief Technology Officer Acquia, Inc.

Dries Buytaert is an open source developer and technology executive. He is the original creator and project lead for Drupal, an open source platform for building websites and digital experiences. Buytaert is also co-founder and chief technology officer of Acquia, a venture-backed technology company. Acquia provides an open cloud platform to many large organizations, which helps them build, deliver and optimize digital experiences. A Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum, he holds a PhD in computer science and engineering from Ghent University and a Licentiate Computer Science (MsC) from the University of Antwerp. He was named CTO of the Year by the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council, New England Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young, and a Young Innovator by MIT Technology Review. He blogs frequently on Drupalopen sourcestartupsbusiness, and the future at