The Economist’s Transition to Open Source Web Content Management

The Economist, the well-known print periodical that covers politics and global affairs from a fairly academic level, has maintained an online presence since 1996. However, until 2008, www.economist.com was regarded as a web-based companion to the print edition that offered some online-exclusive content but was more or less a requisite internet-hub for a journal with an established reputation.… Continue reading The Economist’s Transition to Open Source Web Content Management

SQL Injection and Content Management Systems: What Webmasters Should Know

Content management systems (CMS) are amazing and convenient platforms for creating high-quality, customizable websites in a short amount of time. The leading CMS software projects, WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal, all have built a great deal of useful technology on projects that started out small (for instance, Drupal evolved from a message board). They can be used… Continue reading SQL Injection and Content Management Systems: What Webmasters Should Know

Document Management Systems Go To The Cloud

The concept of document management systems usually elicits thoughts of endless streams of text stored away in a massive online system. However, today’s content, especially when referenced in the enterprise world, can also indicate rich audiovisual presentations as well as digitized materials from just about every source. According to MS Dynamics World, zettabytes of information, were created by the world.… Continue reading Document Management Systems Go To The Cloud