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Wednesday, December 19, 2012 - 9:30am

When deciding on a software solution for your company's digital needs, security is often one of the top concerns. Online security can be quite the vexing and daunting topic, often seen more as diving down the rabbit hole of electronic mayhem than anything more, but that's where the robust and thorough security of Drupal comes into play.

Open source software, like Drupal, has the added bonus of having thousands of talented individuals work on a particular problem. With entire teams and methodology devoted to ensuring its steadfast reputation as a secure CMS, it's comforting to know modules and code procured from the official Drupal site are as secure as possible.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 1:14pm

Acquia has produced an excellent top 10 list of "Reasons to Choose the Drupal Open-Source Social Publishing System" which should be enough to convince anyone just how powerful the Drupal CMS can be to meet your needs.

The abbreviated list:

Monday, April 23, 2012 - 9:36am

Part of being successful with any system is knowing the strengths and weaknesses surrounding its use. As Drupal developers, we frequently immerse ourselves with the strengths; after all, the size of the community and the code it unselfishly provides to others is monumental in of itself. But with as much zeal as we throw toward the things Drupal does well, we should be providing equal focus to the areas where it needs improvement.

Especially those areas which don't involve code.

Friday, February 3, 2012 - 4:44pm

I knew the moment my laptop didn't wake from sleep mode something was amiss. Having retired to my office safe haven for the evening I just wanted to wrap up a few items, log my time and call it a night - the basic end to any Drupal developer's day. My Macbook, however, had other plans.

It was the quintessential nightmare for those of use who live on our computers, a dream we often visualize as worse-case situations but often do nothing to lessen the pain of actualities: a complete computer crash with limited hope of a reboot. But despite the Macabre vibe usually surrounding such thoughts, it's something that doesn't always have to be the ultimate disaster.