We are creeping towards the launch of GDPR, the new regulation protecting personal data. This will have such a fundamental impact on all organisations that we need to be getting into the swing of things from now.
Drupal 8 was built in 2015 and will be end of life in November of this year. For those of you with websites built with Drupal 8, this may instantly throw up several questions: What on earth does this actually mean? What do I need to do? What does this mean for my website?
For the majority of businesses, a website is a necessity for all sorts of reasons. Your business may rely solely on the internet as its channel to market (think eBay, Amazon etc), or it may just be a shop window to tell potential customers more about what you do, why they should use you and where you are located (think Solicitors, Consultants, Vets etc).