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Choosing An Open-Source CMS, Part 1: Why We Use Drupal

Robert L. Mitchell | Computerworld | February 13, 2013

Of the open-source content management systems (CMSs) available today, WordPress, Joomla and Drupal are, according to Web technology tracker W3Techs, by far the most popular. But how do companies choose which to use?
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Choosing An Open-Source CMS, Part 2: Why We Use Joomla

Robert L. Mitchell | Computerworld | February 19, 2013

In this, the second installment of our three-part series on finding the best open-source content management system (CMS) for your needs, we asked two organizations that use Joomla to explain why they felt that Joomla was the best choice for them, how the transition went, and whether they're happy with the results.
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Crafter Software Announces New Customer Win In The Canadian Healthcare Industry

Press Release | Crafter Software | November 30, 2016

Crafter Software...announced today a Canadian healthcare association, widely recognized for promoting safe and innovative medical care, has selected Crafter CMS for their next generation digital experience. Crafter CMS prevailed in the selection process based on user-friendliness, personalization features, and its ease of integration with existing applications. The healthcare association plans to use Crafter CMS platform to create, manage, and deliver personalized content through all of its digital channels including its website and mobile apps. Read More »

Hack Strikes Feds In Drupal.org Community

Aliya Sternstein | Nextgov | May 31, 2013

Federal website managers registered on Drupal.org or Drupal Groups, the developer and community sites for the eponymous open source content management system, might have had their accounts compromised. Read More »

Healthcare.gov: Code Developed By The People And For The People, Released Back To The People

Alex Howard | The Atlantic | June 28, 2013

This new flagship federal .gov website is "open by design, open by default." That's a huge win for the American people. Read More »

HHS Goes Open Source To Build Better, More Powerful Website

John Breeden II | GCN | May 1, 2013

When the Healthcare.gov website re-launches in June, users may not notice much of a change, but on the back end, there is a lot of open-source magic going on that will make content generation and the sharing of information more seamless than it is on perhaps any other government site operating today. Read More »

How We Build CMS-Free Websites

Dave Cole | Development Seed | July 27, 2012

It's been almost two years since Development Seed deliberately stopped building websites with Drupal and moved away from CMS-driven applications altogether. Since then, our recent blog posts about investing in Prose.io, rebuilding our own websites with Jekyll, creating the MapBox Map Site templates, and launching new client-sponsored projects like MIX Maps indicate the new approach we're taking. Read More »

Justice Department Websites May Go Open Source

Joseph Marks | Nextgov | September 10, 2013

The Justice Department could be the next federal agency to switch a large share of its websites over to the open source Drupal content management system, contracting documents show. Read More »

Meet On FOSS For Young Professionals

Staff Writer | The New Indian Express | September 10, 2013

In order to expose young professionals to the opportunities in Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) and related technology areas, the International Centre for Free and Open Source Software (ICFOSS) will be organising ‘The FOSS Young Professional Meet-2013 (FYPM 2013)’ at Technopark here from September 27 to 29. Read More »

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Deploys an Open Source Innovative and Personalized Digital Landscape

Press Release | Memorial Sloan Kettering | May 5, 2015

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) introduced a new, consumer-friendly web presence for www.mskcc.org (Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center) and www.sloankettering.edu (Louis V. Gerstner, Jr. Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center), featuring an innovative platform and on-demand navigation for patients, caregivers, researchers, healthcare professionals, and graduate students, among other core audiences. Memorial Sloan Kettering is the first organization in the United States to build an enterprise-grade platform with Drupal 8, a leading open-source web-content-management system, and MSK is also one of the first tristate-area healthcare providers to create and host a fully responsive mobile-enabled site.

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Mercy Health Sets Up Drupal and Alfresco for Their Main Portal

Mercy Health supports several hospitals and clinics across many different geographical locations in the US. Each geographical location has historically had its own dedicated intranet site, and these sites were on different technologies and each had a separate support structure. It was determined that a single unified co-worker portal was needed to support the vision of One Mercy, a patient and provider portal. Read More »

New Healthcare.gov Is Open, CMS-Free

Dave Cole | Development Seed | March 12, 2013

HHS CTO Bryan Sivak previews details and vision for relaunch of the high-profile government website Read More »

Open Content at the Getty: Three Years Later, Some Lessons Learned

Mikka Gee Conway, Marissa Clifford and Nathaniel Deines | The Iris | August 16, 2016

Three years ago this week the Getty announced the launch of our Open Content Program, making available 4,600 high-resolution images from the Getty Museum and Getty Research Institute collections for anyone to use, modify, and publish anywhere for any purpose. In his announcement, our president Jim Cuno hinted that more content would be made freely available for reuse in the months to follow, including digital publications and other knowledge resources...

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Open Health Community Management At Clinovo Using Drupal

Olivier Roth, Community Manager at Clinovo, has grown an open source community around the open health platform ClinCapture, an open source Electronic Data Capture (EDC) system. Opensource.com caught up with Olivier, who was tasked with not only marketing an open source product but building genuine and natural interest around it to help move it forward. In this interview, we explore the importance of a community to an open source project with tips for how to create and maintain one. Read More »

Open Source WordPress 3.8 Content Management System (CMS) Released

Sean Kerner | eWeek | December 12, 2013

Blogs and Websites around the world are getting a new look today, thanks to the new WordPress 3.8 release. WordPress is the world's most widely deployed open-source content management and blog system platform, powering more than 73 million sites today. Read More »