Concrete CMS is an open source content management system that focuses on providing secure and robust frameworks that content teams absolutely love. In this interview, Founder and CEO Franz Maruna portrays the company’s story and explains its benefits for collaborative, non-technical team work.
Efficiency is likely one of your top priorities as a business. The more efficient your business processes are, the greater the productivity. An increase in productivity means growth as a business. One of the best ways to improve your efficiency as a business and create an environment conducive to growth is through a content management system or CMS. There are various kinds of CMS, each with their set of benefits for businesses.
This is a huge achievement, Concrete CMS has been selected as best-in-class from over 60,000 products on SourceForge.
The October town hall will be held October 12th, 2021 at 9:30 a.m. PDT (find your local time here).
Note: this is one week later than usual.
A Content Management System, or CMS, is something that a lot of companies are looking to invest in right now. In the digital age, you need to be able to publish regularly and quickly, and a CMS offers you the opportunity to do just that.
We’re looking to share your stories about what Concrete CMS has helped you build, and why you choose to build with Concrete.
We are proud to announce that we have successfully completed a SOC 2 Type II audit that includes the Concrete CMS Hosting platform as well as the open source Concrete CMS project.
When users visit your website, you want them to find what they are looking for. Whether it’s information about your business, a product, or a service, the ease at which users can discover information and complete tasks on your website is one of the key components of your web design.
We're happy to report that Concrete CMS 8.5.6 is now available. Concrete 8.5.6 offers a number of bug fixes, improvements and security updates, and also fixes issues connecting to the Concrete CMS marketplace. It is highly recommended for those of you running Concrete 8.5.