Acquia's new Cloud Site Factory aims to let customers have a single place for creating and managing multiple websites in the cloud.
Open-source content management systems are getting fancier, and it's getting harder to know which one might best suit an enterprise's needs. To help you determine whether Drupal, WordPress or Joomla is right for your organization, Robert L. Mitchell takes an in-depth look at how companies are using the three platforms, in a series beginning with Drupal.
Acquia's approach to web experience management is to provide a platform onto which you can add various established pieces such as Salesforce.com and Google Analytics.
Badgeville announced a partnership with Acquia to bring gamification to the Drupal platform.
Acquia purchased spam-blocker Mollom this week and plans to build it out in to a full-fledge platform.
Brightcove announced a new video as a service cloud-based video integration in several major content management systems including SharePoint 2010, Adobe CQ5, WordPress and Drupal.
This infographic provides an overview of three big open source content management systems: WordPress, Drupal and Joomla!.
While TYPO3 thrives in Europe, U.S. favorites Drupal, WordPress, and Joomla are struggling to find market share in Germany.
In an interview with CIO.com, Dries Buytaert, who is the original developer of Drupal and the CTO at Acquia, outlined his major goals for the next version of Drupal. As the article pointed out, it's
Last week Wired reported about an initiative to build a federated social network for the Occupy movement that uses Drupal as its underlying technology. The network will provide a forum for different