The Power of Drupal in Educational Website Content Management
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BY Safia.F.Mohiuddin
3 years ago
Drupal
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Think about big names in the education sector and the technology happens to be Drupal. Harvard, Duke, Brown and Rutgers University, all rely on the scalable, flexible, accessible Drupal platform to handle their content. Drupal core records ever climbing usage statistics, showing a marked increase in popularity with every new version available in the market.

When looking at the educational domain, Drupal is the CMS of choice for most projects in spite of the portal size or its complexity. Here are several reasons why you might want to look no further than Drupal for deploying the best education portal.

Drupal’s Exceptional Loading Time in a Competitive Web Space

Drupal is designed to perform in the area of website loading time:

  • Drupal has a system design which uses modules put in place exclusively for caching purposes.
  • Constantly updating code base for optimization enables performance tuning at the core.

Drupal makes sure that your website loads in a second or two, ensuring maximum user retention.

True Scalability Intertwined in the System with Drupal

Drupal was built to be a truly scalable platform. When it comes to educational delivery, web traffic grows at an exponential rate. Once your website has gained the right kind of momentum, and user behavior starts to fall in place as expected, you invariably start worrying about managing your traffic well.

Website owners who cater to a large user base end up opting for a redesign or switch over to a different content management strategy. However, when you opt for Drupal, you have opted for a scalable platform that can handle expanding capacity well.

Envelop Educational Content in High Security with Drupal

Drupal modules are combed for any possible threats and bugs as and when new code development takes place.

A streamlined process to oversee CMS security features ensures that your educational portal is fortified to prevent information leaks and stays safe from malicious snooping attacks.

Drupal Tunes Your Content Management to Current Industry Standards

Web standards are very sublime, and to deal with this, Drupal relies on a standard mechanism for technology change management. In other words, it provides your educational portal with the most robust environment, helping you take advantage of the most current trends in education delivery.

Flexible Educational Content Distribution with Drupal

Your educational portal might be accessed by the widest user base, with different preferences in terms of content shared.
Drupal caters to the content demands and formats, allowing for the widest choice of content sharing while maintaining the security, speed and scalability features of your educational portal.

The Right Solution for Your Comprehensive Education Project

We at Zyxware specialize in Drupal website development through our insightful approach. We map your precise requirements to reach your target audience. Get in touch with us to learn more about our expertise in Drupal and Educational Content Delivery and Management.

References
https://www.drupal.org/resource-guides/drupal-for-educational-instituti…
https://www.drupal.org/project/usage/drupal


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