Tag: Security

15 Obstacles That Enterprises Report in WordPress and Development Partners

SME (Small and Medium-sized Enterprises) have been one of the strategic audiences that DevriX regularly partners up with. There are certain peculiar misconceptions (or legitimate concerns) that enterprise representatives always outline during meetings and calls with regards to their hesitation when considering WordPress. Over the last years, we have built WordPress-driven software for automotive manufacturers,…

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Misconceptions by Clients Looking for a Web Platform

Recently we had an inquiry by a customer for a classifieds website. The customer pitched a good number of agencies and independent providers for quotes, looking for the best and most affordable solution that would scale well and be as stable as it gets. While WordPress is mostly promoted as a platform for blogging and…

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Broken Updates and Personal Website Management

Yesterday a large number of websites were broken due to a security fix that affects the Shortcodes API. I’m grateful for the security efforts of the WordPress Core team and I do appreciate various fixes that are automatically updated. 2 years ago Ipstenu wrote in her blog something about the automatic updates when people freaked…

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