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Reflecting on My Visit to PrestaShop’s Paris HQ

As I stepped into the entrance of PrestaShop’s Paris headquarters,I was greeted by a long timeline of the company’s impressive history, which stretched across the hallway leading to the elevator.

Weebly Hacked: 43 Million Customer Records Stolen

Yesterday, LeakedSource reported that Weebly, the world-renowned website builder, had suffered a data breach back in February 2016. As a result, forty-three million records were stolen, including customer names, email addresses, and IP addresses.

Top 17 Learning Management Systems

If you run a school, university, or training company, you'll want to adopt an LMS (Learning Management System) to help you manage your educational material and keep tabs on all the students who access it.

How to Align a Document Management System Strategy and Execution

Although document management system (DMS) execution requires an understanding of the solution’s features and the impact of their benefits, a strategy involves myriad components: organizing content in an intuitive way, creating a buy-in to follow the strategies, and incentivizing this buy-in from the top down.

Jetpack for WordPress Gets User Interface Update

Jetpack for WordPress, a plugin by Automattic – the company behind WordPress itself – has just undergone a user interface makeover.

CMS Critic Interviews Tom Berger, VP of Digital Marketing at Progress

Progress, the company behind the enterprise-grade CMS Sitefinity, has been working away at their award-winning software ever since they purchased it as part of Telerik for over $260M back in 2014.

CMS Critic Interviews Tom Berger, VP of Digital Marketing at Progress Software

Progress, the company behind the enterprise-grade CMS Sitefinity, has been working away at their award-winning software ever since they purchased it as part of Telerik for over $260M back in 2014.

Squarespace Start Lets You Launch a Website In Seconds

Have you ever had an idea so exciting that you can't wait to secure its place online? Well, Squarespace has just given you a quick way to kickstart any idea, with Squarespace Start.

Ubuntu MATE 16.10 Review

With the recent release of 16.10, I decided to do an Ubuntu 16.10 MATE Review and take a look at the changes from a user perspective to see how well it performs. I'll also be investigating whether it's a worthy upgrade, keeping in mind of course that the end of life for this (and other Ubuntu 16.10 variants) is 9 months, so it's certainly not something you'd want to move to if you are looking for a long term support release. In those instances, stick with the 16.04 or 14.04 releases. This latest release, Ubuntu 16.10 MATE, has been completely rebuilt on GTK3+ and features the updated MATE 1.16 desktop environment. Ubuntu MATE does the desktop justice in my mind; it's well laid out, easy to use and feels very usable. They also, in my mind, have nailed the new user experience with the excellent and well constructed Welcome app which launches at first boot. I'm going to quickly delve into the Welcome app for a moment because even though it's not exclusive to the 16.10 release, if you are

How to Fix NVIDIA Screen Tearing in XFCE, MATE, KDE, LXDE and others

If you are running XFCE, LXDE, MATE or other desktop environments that are not running a compositor such as Compton and you have a reasonably new NVIDIA card, you are likely pulling your hair out trying to get rid of the awful screen tearing you are experiencing. This screen tearing typically occurs when you are running a proprietary NVIDIA driver under Linux and have one of the aforementioned (or any non-composited) desktop environments. Fortunately for all of us, there is a fix and I'm going to walk you through how to make that nasty NVIDIA screen tearing go away. I'm not going to get into the specifics as to why this happens because frankly, I have no idea and I'm more interested in how to make it go away (although if someone DOES know why, please let us know in the comments because I'm always eager to learn). For me, the tearing is very obvious when moving windows back and forth or scrolling in Firefox.. to the point that it drives me (and I'm sure you as well or you wouldn't be h

CMS Critic to Attend Liferay Digital Solutions Forum in London (Plus, 10 Free Tickets)

As per usual, CMS Critic has had a presence at a number of major business software events throughout 2016. But we're not done yet. We plan to attend the Liferay Digital Solutions Forum in London on November 3rd 2016, and we want to bring ten of our readers along with us – for free. The Liferay Digital Solutions Forum: What's The Deal? Liferay, the world renowned digitl experience platform, hosts the Liferary Digital Solutions Forum on an annual basis from England's capital. Over the years, it has attracted marketers, IT specialists, professionals from the public sector, software consultants, and everyone in between. This year, there's a focus on digital transformation and digital strategy, with Liferay and a number of major brands chiming in. Here's a quick look at some of the stand-out presentations from the agenda: The Essence of Digital Transformation Building an Online Community for The World's Most Followed Football Team (How We Did It) Hubspot's Simple Guide to Digital Strateg

Ubuntu 16.10 Review

With the recent release of Ubuntu 16.10, we thought we'd delve into the latest release of this popular Linux distribution and share with your our Ubuntu 16.10 Review. This review is intended for the desktop user. If you hop distros as much as I do (see Trials and Tribulations of a Distro Hopper) then you're probably pretty excited to mess with this release. The installation process for Ubuntu hasn't changed a wink. As per usual, it's one of the fastest and easiest installs out there and for my hardware, worked without issue. Installation of third party drivers is quick and easy as per usual. Some people prefer to use the GUI to install drivers but I find the console still to be far more efficient for most tasks so I install all of my third party drivers with one line. sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall For those who want to use the GUI, however, just launch the app Software & Updates and click the Additional Drivers tab or, alternatively, use the shortcut and launch the Additional Driver