The internet is made up of a lot of computers connected to each other. There are multiple ways computers are architected and there are many ways they can be set up to connect us and share data. Shared hosting is the most commonly used type of hosting service, which uses a single machine to host many websites. However, whether you are a website owner from a small or large organization, it’s important to understand what risks and limitations shared hosting pose.
Does your website collect visitors’ names, email addresses, or any other personal information? If so, the GDPR, which comes into effect in May 2018, likely affects you.
At Kalamuna we not only build Drupal websites, but we also provide support services for a plethora of clients. One of these is providing security updates; we pride ourselves on keeping our clients’ sites safe and free from vulnerabilities. But, I have to admit that when I hear of new security releases I cringe. I think about the tedious process of going through each site or trying to recall who has what modules installed on their site. But I just discovered an app that finds all of the new security updates for me: Evercurrent. Read on to see how it works.
It's been a couple of weeks since Kalamuna ushered in a new era of peace and harmony by running Wordpress on Pantheon. However, even as the people rejoiced in celebration of this momentous discovery, not all was right in the CMS kingdom. Was this blissfull new marriage between Pantheon and Wordpress in danger?
Turns out no, but the hook was too much to resist.