Update: Drupal 8 is EOL and Drupal 9 will be EOL in November 2023, thus Drupal 10 is the go-to version for all new projects. Drupal 7 will receive limited security support until January 5, 2025, but that's a very old software, if you are still on Drupal 7, start the upgrade process.
There are 3 supported major versions of the Drupal CMS. This is not an easy situation for many decision-makers. We’ve been working with Drupal since core version 4. Let’s break down the differences between these three different versions of the Drupal CMS to help you better understand what fits your needs and gives you the best opportunity to have an effective website that delivers you value.
We are experienced in building DAM (Digital Asset Management) platforms using the open-source Drupal 8 CMS. We have developed a distribution, meaning it’s quick and painless to set up. Our latest achievement is to plug our DAM to the relatively inexpensive and reliable AWS S3 or Spaces storage services to store terabytes of images, videos, or other types of media assets.
The year 2019 went pretty well in BRAINSUM. We’ve worked a lot, and learned a lot. We've now gained expertise using innovative technologies offering lots of business potential for our clients.
In this post I’d like to briefly introduce how can we bring even more value to our Clients in 2020 with PWA, SPA, Accessibility, REMP, Integrations and Open Source.
In early 2018 we did a site remake for the Trigo Group, and as part of it we took over the sales lead management from the legacy system. This way we stored personal data in the Drupal for a giant company with many branches in dozens of countries and even more sales colleagues. But as the company grew, a more mature CRM system was needed to handle all the requests. Today we celebrate the 1st anniversary of starting the planning phase of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM integration into our Drupal system and due to this event, we share our experiences and lessons we've learned from a project management perspective.
Protecting a user’s privacy rights with a website begins with your first line of code. From this point on, all developers should have data protection in the back of their minds. This is especially true for the backend. Once that’s been acknowledged, the frontend has its own data protection measures that need to be taken, the most relevant of which is a site with a concisely written (presented content), easy-to-use cookie consent.
There’s been extensive praise, critique and frustration regarding the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, which went into effect on May 25, 2018. The regulation applies to all organizations that process personal data of an EU data subject, any individual who resides and/or travels through EU territory regardless of citizenship.
There is an ample number of articles and presentations on the internet regarding GDPR. It is clear: there are some typical and repeating misinformation, and common misbeliefs. In this post, I have listed some of the most common untrue myths.
As we approach May 25 2018, the internet is becoming flooded by GDPR related articles (see eg. Google Trends for GDPR). This is the date from when the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect.
But in lot of cases you may find these articles contradictory, incomplete or subjective. Who to trust and how to make decisions is a dilemma for many. Find the truth below.
I had been to many European camps and two devdays before, but I was surprised to see the amount of people gathering for Drupalcon Baltimore. There were about 3200 Drupal enthusiasts attending the event.