Indeed, and I don't say that because it's hip or cool, but because of the platform , the possibilities, solidity, scalability and, not entirely unimportant, safety. Though truth be told, if you are concerned with security then the first thing to consider is to get a SSL certificate for your website, regardless of what it's build with. Especially if you offer any form of login,...
Today many companies, whether larger, medium or smaller have a content architecture and production methodology from a different era. System life cycle have a tendency to be over-extended. While this happens development rushes on, demands with regards to mobility services and social aspects of web applications or content management services increases. Transformation surely can be a difficult business, changing systems resource demanding, potentially very time...
Yes I think so, if you have a contact form, definitely if your website got services that requires login. Whatever these may be. In such a case some form of (basic) encryption is a must and a minimum! Why you may ask? Well for one thing, more than ever data traffic is being traced and tracked, that also includes anything sent via the internet on http:// or port 80.
Social Business is the new trend, whether for smaller or larger companies. Social Business change the way people work, and how business is done. Imagine Facebook in a company or corporate context, solutions exist in plenty, open source and licensed.
Since the mid 1990s Collaboration services have evolved from nice to have, to need to have. Doing business on national or international level one should invest in functional, up to date collaborative services & as much culture.
Investing in broader, customer oriented services with simplicity and design to support mobile connectivity is vitally important. Those who can or will read signs may observe the break-down of all kinds of services to suit mobility.