The beauty of finally upgrading your website to Drupal 8 means you can expect future upgrades to be simple and cost-effective. So if you’re already on D8 now, what will be different in D9? Put simply, there are current content/admin and developer features in D8 that will carry over to D9 and only become more robust as time goes on. Additionally, there are several, new features in D9 that are specifically development related.
Thanks to many of the updates in D8, the latest version of Drupal is more accessible than ever before. Several new content and admin features make it much easier to manage Drupal websites. So, if the end-of-life of D7 (November 2021) isn’t motivation enough for you to update, perhaps these exciting new features will be.
What can you do to keep your business alive during a massive economic recession? What changes should you be making to your online presence?
If these questions are swirling around your head and making you anxious, you’re not alone. We get it, and we want to help. So we’ve compiled a list of tasks you can do now to help your business adapt, advance, and support your customers during these challenging times.
When it comes to the technical specs of your website’s content management system (CMS), you probably don’t really care… as long as it works.
And even though we’re techy website nerds at heart, we totally get that.
That’s why we want to just give you the quick and dirty details you need to keep your website on track while you focus on running your business.
Just when you thought the whole GDPR hubbub was dying down, here comes a Stateside digital privacy law to throw a wrench in your operations. You may not need to make huge changes to your website, but this should definitely be on your radar. So, let’s get right down to it. What is the CCPA, and do you need to hustle to be compliant?
Internet scammers are taking identify theft it to the next level by pretending to be official representatives of construction companies. Then, they get the info they need to steal the identities of job applicants. It’s impossible to know what hackers will do next, but there are a few important things you should know to protect your company from being targeted.