The move to cloud by business is nothing new and seems to be an inevitability. A recent survey of I.T. professionals showed 94 percent use cloud, and public cloud (AWS, Azure) adoption is 91 percent. Two things the recent pandemic has accelerated are:
You’ve painstakingly architected your Sitecore 9 installation on PaaS. You’ve gone to all the trouble to think about scalability, usability, portability… all the -ITYs. But what about securITY?
Imagine you’ve been tasked with riding a unicycle across a tightrope. It sounds difficult, right?
As internet traffic hits all-time highs we should all be thinking about how a spike in traffic to our web properties will be handled.
We’ve all been there. You’ve painstakingly overhauled your site to be ADA compliant and to match the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). Then just a short time later, changes to the standard are made and you have to start all over again.
Since 1990 when it was first passed, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has helped ensure that those with disabilities may more fully and equally participate in the public sphere. Accessibility guidelines have expanded to include websites, and your business's website and digital presence must be ADA compliant to better serve your customers, meet regulatory requirements, and protect you from potential legal action.
In Tech, we are constantly in a game of ‘catch-up’. Rapidly developing technologies seem to pop up out of the ether whenever you’re not looking. In addition, startups keep moving the goalposts on what it means to be agile so it’s very easy to feel as if you will never catch up. Advancements in cloud services (AWS, Azure, Firebase), CMS (Drupal, Wordpress, Joomla), and low-code solutions (Squarespace, Retool, Zapier) have redefined the landscape.
Compliance with legal regulations can be a chore. It’s not likely to show up on your list of the most exciting topics.
When you hear the word "product," what do you think of? If you're like most people, you think of the end result of some kind of manufacturing process. Whether it's a digital product, like an e-book or an app, or a physical product like a car or a pair of shoes, the concept of product thinking has traditionally been focused around "things."
You’ve likely considered hosting your website in the cloud, on a platform like Amazon Web Services (AWS). AWS has a shared responsibility model, which means you’re still responsible for securing your website. AWS handles the security of the hardware and data centers, but you’re responsible for securing your code and user data.
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