The eDynamic Thought Leadership Material on ‘Why Is Drupal An Ideal Open Source CMS For An Enterprise’ closely examines the reasons and features that have made Drupal a superb open source CMS option. Drupal delivers an array of web applications boasting of single or multi-user: blogs, wikis, community networks, digital media portals, e-commerce sites among many others.
The fact that it has been downloaded over 2 million times since its commencement, is testimony to its performance and capabilities. SonyBMG, Warner Brothers Records, the New York Observer, Forbes, Disney, Intel, Harvard University, and Amnesty International are some of the major companies that use Drupal. Written in PHP, the open source content management system runs on a LAMP stack, empowering close to 200,000 public facing websites and with numerous other sites tucked safely under its belt.
Drupal is one open source content management system that allows users to easily publish, manage and share a wide variety of content on the Internet. What’s more, Drupal is also exceedingly flexible! One can create corporate and community websites in a flash, while managing teams, hosting discussions, running polls, communicating and using innumerable forms of productivity-enhancing features with minimal effort.
This paper explores key features that make Drupal an excellent choice for developing an enterprise level CMS; it will provide detailed information that will help one understand how Drupal can address the core concerns of an enterprise and deliver a robust and scalable platform for the development of a secure CMS.