Acquia Cloud for Drupal Receives Government Approval via FISMA Certification Bryan Ruby Wed, 10/10/2012 - 11:34

Acquia, a commercial software company that provides enterprise level products, services, and technical support for the open source Drupal social publishing system, recently reached another milestone confirming their company’s ability to deliver secure hosting services for government web sites and online communities. Today, the company announced that it has received a FISMA Authorization to Operate (ATO) for Acquia Cloud.

First Impression: Liferay Grows Up

For a second year in a row, I along with CMS Report was invited to cover Liferay's North America Symposium which is being held this year in San Francisco. During this morning's keynote speech by Bryan Cheung, Liferay CEO and founder, I couldn't walk away from the presentation without recognizing the difference a year can make for one company. Something has changed for Liferay and the many partners and associated vendors that are represented here at this conference.

MODX Revolution 2.2.5 Improves on Caching and Media Sources

MODX Revolution 2.2.5 has recently been released and includes over 150 commits designed to provide a number of fixes and improvements to the content management system. Fixes and improvements of note include improved Media Source function, Caching enhancements and a handling to prevent blank pages occurring on some older hosting environments.

Joomla 3.0 CMS Optimized for Mobile Devices and Administrators

This week, the Joomla! community took a huge step forward toward mobile devices and usability with the release of the latest version of their content management system, Joomla 3.0. The Joomla CMS can now display content on mobile devices as clearly and distinctly as it does on a personal computer or Mac. This innovation makes Joomla the first major CMS that includes the Twitter Bootstrap framework (yes, that Twitter) that enables it to be 100 percent mobile-friendly by default. So it is no surprise that the Joomla!

OpenCms 8.5 adds Inline Editing, CMIS, and Solr Integration

Alkacon Software GmbH with the support of the OpenCms developer community have recently released OpenCMS 8.5. OpenCms is an enterprise geared WCM solution built in Java and XML from open source components. OpenCms 8.5 introduces a number of  modern CMS features including inline editing, CMIS, and integration with the search platform Solr. Overall, there are some very cool new features and enhancements in OpenCMS 8.5 that makes this CMS worth the effort to knowing more about it.

Some of the most significant new features of OpenCMS 8.5 include: