Your Guide to Migrating to Drupal 9
The time has come to prepare to update your site as the 2020 release of Drupal 9 draws near. While in the past, the massive changes between Drupal versions made developers cringe at the thought of migrating, the process has gotten much simpler over the past few iterations.Read more
Atlassian Hosting: Advantages of using a FedRAMP-Authorized Provider
One of the most challenging topics any IT team might find themselves struggling with is Federal security compliance.Learn more
Contegix Launches Managed Services for Drupal on AWS
Contegix is offering a managed services solution for companies with Drupal sites on Amazon Web Services, enabling businesses to focus on delivering the best digital experiences to their users, rather than configuring website infrastructure.Read More
Powering Higher Education's Switch to Virtual Learning and the Cloud with Managed Services
The pandemic has been the driving force for change across industries, but higher education was dealt an especially heavy blow earlier this year. When colleges and universities were called to abruptly close down campuses in the spring, they were forced to transition residential operations online virtually overnight. Come fall, most higher ed institutions were still engaged in some form of virtual learning.
Managed Services and IT Support for Higher Education
Whether or not students and faculty return to campuses in the next few months, investment in digital infrastructure, remote-ready platforms or tools and online learning resources will be crucial to the successful future of higher ed.
What Higher Demand for Virtual Learning Means for Higher Education
Before the impact of COVID-19 sent students home earlier this spring, global digital spend in the education industry was projected to grow to $342 billion by 2025. Virtually everyone from the academic community is now working or learning from home, so plans to invest in digital have accelerated.