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Enterprise Digital Experiences in a Modern World

  Hey Enterprise, 2008 called, It Wants Its Content Workflow Back With the advancements in modern web development, websites that consist only of CMS-editable static text and images are a reminder of a distant past. This especially holds true for large-scale businesses who want more from their enterprise presence on the web. Customer relationships online…

Wordpress Media Management in the Enterprise

When handling high-traffic sites, large numbers of simultaneous image uploads and inordinately large media libraries, WordPress media management requires customization to remain performant.

Atomic Design: Optimizing Production of Open Source Digital Experience Platform Projects via Page Building

With Enterprises moving to the Open Source CMS world, Atomic Design and front-end page builders optimize the development of large-scale DXP projects.

Creating A Data Compliance Strategy

Is Your Company Data Smart? Pull up the latest tech news, and the top headlines likely involve a massive data breach scandal or talk about the upcoming international privacy regulations. Global data privacy concerns are a hot topic: According to IDC, the digital universe – the data we create and copy annually – is more…

  Getting your Legal, Marketing and Technology Teams on the Same Page Today, it’s more important than ever for marketing, technology and legal teams to work together to focus on a cohesive result rather than crossing the departments’ independent “finish lines.” As an attorney focused on technology, as organizations cast a wider global net in…

  Discussing Digital Trends and Techniques with Enterprise SEO Expert Rebecca Gill The rules of SEO are constantly evolving. With the modern digital landscape moving at breakneck speed, business organizations need to act quickly in order to develop a strategic roadmap and take the sort of calculated risks that will land them on the first…

When it was announced that the WordPress 5.0 upgrade would bring with it a new, non-elective editing framework called Gutenberg, it sparked a wave of reactions that rippled through the tech community and beyond. After all, when you’re talking about changing the structure of a content management system (CMS) that powers 30% of the web,…

With the rate of 4.7-4.9 adoption on the rise, we want to address one particular feature of 4.7 that has raised a lot of concern: the inclusion of the WP REST API content endpoints in WordPress core itself.

For a long time, WordPress advocates working at large enterprise organizations and institutions have been fighting an uphill battle to bring their beloved CMS into the fold of their companies. This battle has been fought in the face of stiff competition (like SharePoint and Luminis), misconceptions (WordPress is just a blog), and some real concerns…