Drupalgeddon – our response

Drupalgeddon! The recent #drupalgeddon incident and comments from a customer made us rethink how we apply Drupal updates for customers (2020Media is a leading UK Drupal hosting provider. We offer a tuned hosting environment for Drupal that is fast and responsive). For those who missed it on the BBC news and elsewhere, ‘drupalgeddon’  was a … Continue reading Drupalgeddon – our response

CiviCRM for Drupal 7 and Joomla 1.6

CiviCRM 4.0.0 has been released for the latest Drupal version – 7 and the new Joomla version – 1.6. Up until now it was necessary to install CiviCRM on the older Drupal 6 and Joomla 1.5. Highlights CiviCampaign has been integrated with other components such as CiviContribute, CiviMember, CiviEvent, CiviMail and CiviEngage Joomla v1.6 introduced … Continue reading CiviCRM for Drupal 7 and Joomla 1.6

Ease of Upgrade – Joomla, WordPress, Drupal

Comparison of the upgrade methods used in Joomla, WordPress and Drupal Popular content management systems require updating from time to time. Sometimes this is for new features, often because a security loophole needs patching. In this article we’re not going to look at which CMS most often requires updates, but at the upgrade procedure itself. … Continue reading Ease of Upgrade – Joomla, WordPress, Drupal

The Economist migrates to Drupal

Drupal is used on many thousands of websites, but a recent convert to Drupal is The Economist. The Economist is now using Drupal 6 to serve the vast majority of content pages to its primary web site, economist.com. Drupal powers the homepage, along with all articles, channels, comments, and more. The site is incredibly busy … Continue reading The Economist migrates to Drupal