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Content Management

Drupal 9 was released on June 3, 2020 and is the latest version of the Drupal content management system. It is a long-term support (LTS) release, which means it will receive bug fixes and security updates for three years.However, with the release of Drupal 10 on December 8, 2022, many Drupal 9 users may be wondering if and when they should upgrade to the latest version.We’ll discuss the benefits of upgrading to Drupal 10, the process of upgrading from Drupal 9 to Drupal 10, and considerations you should keep inSEE DETAILS

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Content Management, Web Development

A poorly maintained website and CMS can send prospective students to your competition   ​ ​ Higher education has been forever reshaped by the COVID-19 pandemic. It accelerated technology adoption and shined a spotlight on the importance of a robust and well-maintained website that meets the information needs of all stakeholders and attracts new students. A strong online presence requires a holistic approach that includes research and discovery, design, development, and CMS support. In short, you need a 360-degree strategy that positively impacts enrollment, engagement, retention, and your school’s reputation.SEE DETAILS

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Content Management, Web Development

A higher ed CMS may cost more than what you see upfront. What other expenses will you run into along the way?     There are many different moving parts to the digital infrastructure of your institution. One important technology that gives your people the ability to manage, create, and interact with digital content is a content management system (CMS). These systems are used for a variety of online needs, including your college’s website, blog, social network, online classes, eCommerce stores, and more.   When you’re considering taking the plungeSEE DETAILS

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Content Management, Web Development

Embarking on a data migration to a new CMS for your college or university may leave you fraught with worry about all the things that could go wrong. But with the right partner, it doesn’t have to be that way.     Over time, as the needs of students and requirements of higher education change, you may realize the need to migrate your data from the current CMS you use to another one. In this article, we cover how to carry out a higher ed data migration safely and seamlesslySEE DETAILS

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Content Management, Web Development

Here’s why WordPress is the content management system of choice for many colleges and universities across the United States.   ​   Your college or university prioritizes web design and development. But, despite your best efforts, managing your school’s website is still a hassle. To alleviate this problem, you may want to run your website on WordPress.    What is WordPress?   WordPress is a content management system (CMS) used to run over 41% of websites worldwide. Harvard Law School, Georgetown University, and many other prestigious colleges and universities chooseSEE DETAILS

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Content Management

Higher education websites produce a large amount of content, and that content needs updating, cleaning, and refreshing regularly to uphold the same quality standard as your university.        Your website makes the first impression on your visitors and will have the power to keep them on the site or not. Because it manages a large amount of content, the site must be reviewed, updated, and monitored often. That’s why higher education institutions need website management that ensures a positive digital user experience and increases engagement.    Everything fromSEE DETAILS

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Content Management, Web Development

Content management systems (CMS) are favorite hacker targets for many reasons. Learn 4 ways to make sure your CMS is secure.   Content Management Systems (CMS) are highly targeted by hackers. As security teams look for new ways to help keep your CMS secure, hackers are looking for ways to beat those new security measures. No online system is 100% hack-proof, but there are things you can do to help keep your content secure and safe from would-be cybercriminals.   Part of the issue with the most common CMS outSEE DETAILS

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Advice, Content Management, Web Development

Even when you cannot be together, students can connect with each other and your institution through virtual learning   COVID-19 social distancing restrictions and closures are lingering into the school year, and their end date remains unsure. It can be difficult to keep students engaged and feeling connected — to their school, to their studies, and to other students. In some cases, there are best practices for keeping safe when heading back to campus, but in other cases, the reality is that students will not be on campus for theSEE DETAILS

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