ICANN, the domain authority .com, .org, .net, and others, introduced new rules in 2014 that require that your domain contact information is valid. If you ignore the verification notices, your domain will be suspended and all services, including your email and website, will stop working. There’s a lot to swallow here so we’ll tackle it […]
At its simplest, Single Sign-On (or SSO) is a method that allows a user to access multiple websites or tools with a single set of credentials. The most common use for associations is to let their members log on to their AMS and their website with a single username and password. So why is it important? And […]
Drupal 6 full support ended in February 2016. But how long will “LTS” support continue?
Traditionally employed by large organizations, intranets are increasingly popular with a diverse range of organizations that aim to create and maintain a uniform culture and communication strategies. An intranet is a private website available only to staff. As with any website, we can improve usability if we focus on the audience, and since an Intranet […]
Yes! I always recommend separate, website-specific backups. Your hosting provider may or may not make additional backups, and if so great. But I recommend backups of individual sites. Here’s why a belt-and-suspenders approach works best: (more…)