How do modern businesses keep access and rights secure when dealing with thousands of employee laptops and smartphones? And how do they make sure all this tech is kept up to date? It's a massive undertaking for even the most technologically advanced companies. The bottom line is: security is vital when running a content management operation and using software-as-a-service. And where more than one person has administrative access, this can be tricky. Certainly getting your security certifications can help –– we encourage every business to get relevant, validated certifications –– but that's not the only thing you can do.
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I’m currently helping a client setup a year long marketing campaign and we decided to use Contentful as our infrastructure to manage data and content. You setup your data models like any database and then use the content created to craft any number of apps and services. Giving my clients easy access to their own data feels more professional and saves me time.
Even if you’re just taking baby steps towards digital transformation, there's a good chance you’re confused with the glossary of terms around content management options. With all these new CMS replacements popping up, you can be left scratching your head thinking "aren't these all the same?". It can seem a bit like the tower of Babel. Everyone is speaking a different language but we’re all trying to communicate the same thing.
We recently created a brand-new website at JustFix.nyc, called Eviction Free NYC. It’s an interesting experience to share. A non-profit organization’s needs can be very different from a typical website created for business use. Having spent a few years at JustFix.nyc catering to a similar audience — tenants in NYC having difficulties with their landlord — we had a good idea what the user experience needed to look like. The crowd using the website primarily used mobile devices, in areas with low reception. English may not be their native language as well.
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