Once upon a time, in the bustling world of corporate chaos, a diligent HR manager named Emma found herself drowning…
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As HRs with years of experience, analytics and reports filled with tedious efforts can revive past trauma in us sometimes.…
What would be the ideal workplace for you working in human resources? A place where you are valued, equipped with all the right tools to make your tasks a breeze, and positively engaged throughout the day seems like the most viable choice for us all.
In the recent times of the evolving landscape of professional development, HR Learning Suits has emerged as an indispensable tool for shaping and presentable careers. The comprehensive platforms seamlessly integrate features to provide a very holistic learning experience. This article will delve into the profound impact these HR Learning Suits can have on your career.
WordPress has come a long way from its humble roots—WordPress is the CMS of choice for more and more enterprises, brands and organizations including The White House, The National Archives, Clorox, Salesforce, The Walt Disney Company, and many more.
This guide highlights the key reasons why, over the past two years, hundreds of customers have selected Pantheon over competing Drupal platforms, moving thousands of websites to our performant, scalable, open WebOps platform.
Website administrators are constantly bombarded with requests from every department for every initiative, big and small – and everyone believes their initiative is both urgent and critical. More often than not, today’s stakeholders won’t take no for an answer or accept CMS limitations.
This ebook features five international clients in a variety of industries: from non-profit and education to consumer goods and technology verticals. They all have Pantheon in common. By trusting their website operations to Pantheon, these companies transform their digital presence to deliver value to their customers and have data to prove it.
When it was announced that Drupal 7 end-of-life would be extended until November 1st, 2023, many website owners breathed a sigh of relief. They felt like they’d been given a reprieve from forced migration, and they could relax and return to business as normal. In fact, many are still holding out hope that D7’s end-of-life will be further extended. But what if it isn’t?
One of the best ways to ensure that a website is secure is to regularly update the core CMS and all related plugins/modules/themes. Sites with out-of-date code do not have the most recent security updates and performance optimizations, and as a result are less stable, less secure, and at greater risk of experiencing downtime.