Posted by Michael Cooper on Apr 28, 2014
I’m exceptionally proud to announce the general availability of some new features for the Acquia toolset: Uptime Monitoring and Teams & Permissions. Over the last several months we’ve gone through a careful beta phase; rolling these tools out to limited sets of users, gathering their feedback...
Posted by Michael Cooper on Apr 24, 2014
There’s always room for improvement. If you’ve been with Acquia for a while you’ll have noticed that we recently switched ticketing systems. You probably also had a litany of things that you really disliked about our old system, starting with the iframe and ending with…well, there probably was no...
Posted by Jason Schaffer on Apr 23, 2014
Cross-posted with permission from Blue Coda
Posted by Jess Iandiorio on Apr 22, 2014
I love this illustration from a recent Netskope Cloud Report. The IT guy, standing in his dinghy, is estimating that he has 40-50 cloud apps running in his enterprise. But check out that submerged iceberg: it’s more like 397! That’s nearly 10x the IT estimate.
Posted by Nicole Lee on Apr 21, 2014
On a mission to help companies and brands thrive in the complex digital world, Acquia partners with top digital agencies that are creating amazing digital experiences. This competition serves as a chance to showcase the best examples of their work.
Posted by Ben Jeavons on Apr 16, 2014
Today I’m proud to announce the general availability of three new authentication and access control security features for the Acquia Network. The following features will help ensure the security of your account and sites on Acquia Cloud by securing the sign-in process and enabling subscription-...
Posted by Nick Veenhof on Apr 11, 2014
During Drupal Dev Days in Hungary, there were many sprints that took place. You can see the amazing footage of what went on there in this nice movie, but that is not what we are going to discuss now!
Posted by Andrew Kenney on Apr 10, 2014
On the afternoon of Monday, April 7 2014, the Heartbleed bug was made public and demonstrated that the majority of encrypted traffic on the Internet was vulnerable to eavesdropping. In this post we wanted to provide insight into the steps Acquia took to handle this event. First, though, we want to...
Posted by Chris Pliakas on Apr 08, 2014
On the eve of 2013, prolific Drupal contributor Larry Garfield put forth a challenge to "get off the island", and judging by the adoption of non-Drupal projects in Drupal 8 core I would say the community has responded.
Posted by Jess Iandiorio on Apr 08, 2014
I was nursing a strong cup of coffee when I spoke to Marc Boorshtein, the chief technology officer at Tremelo Security, an identity service broker that enables enterprises to integrate new applications very quickly. The coffee was crucial, because Marc decided, as an example, to go through the...