It has been quite some time that the world has been anticipating the worldwide release of the much-talked-about Drupal content management system (CMS). The release is around the corner and the tech world is awaiting the D-Day with baited breaths. Every day thousands of articles discussing the varied features and aspects of Drupal 8 are flooding the cyber space. Developer, designer, project manager, enterprise, investor – Drupal has something in store for everyone. Chief Information Officer (CIO) is regarded as the prime tech decision maker in a company. CIOs serve to be the link between the tech team and client. As a result, a CIO plays a pivotal role in the working of a company and has to take care of a lot of operations to ensure timely delivery of services to the customers.
Playing such a vital role and being excessively time clustered, CIOs love to work with frameworks that tend to ease their work by simplifying the deliverable Drupal content management system does just that. It offers the CIOs and IT directors a highly advanced, scalable, robust and the most secure open source CMS in the market.
How Drupal CMS is CIO friendly?
Drupal content management system integrates a number of functionalities to take some load off the CIOs’ shoulders. It does so by allowing the CIOs to do a wide variety of tasks quickly and effectively. Drupal can:
Increase the efficiency level of CIOs: Drupal is omnipresent. It is being used everywhere today. From White House to NBC Universal, Drupal has awed everyone around with its unmatched robustness, scalability and high security. All these features empower Drupal to run large scale sites with immense ease. Being such a dexterous framework, it single-handedly manages a variety of crucial tasks and thus, allows the CIOs to concentrate more on other aspects like quality assurance. Drupal is expected to be loaded with extra features to support Chief Information Officers in their daily operations, thus helping to surge their efficiency like never before.
Help in increasing the productivity of the team: Drupal CMS is equipped with features that help deploy, manage and edit content at a rapid pace, which gives an impetus to the overall productivity. Thus, Drupal will not only be instrumental in increasing the proficiency of the Chief Information Officers but that of the entire development team as well. In other words, it will help the CIOs in managing staff adeptly.
Broaden the scope of customization: Drupal is an open source medium, which eliminates the hassles of licensing and contract obligations at the Chief Information Officers end. Moreover, Drupal CMS can be largely extended and customized depending on business requirements. Greater scope of flexibility coupled with elimination of licensing and vendor lock-in enables CIOs to take decisions with more agility and suppleness.
As mentioned before, Drupal is expected to feature niche functionalities to address a wide range of issues at all aspects. In addition to the CIO-specific benefits mentioned above, it is also expected to be easier to use than the earlier versions as it will eliminate the need of core technical know-how to a great extent. By understanding the benefits it offer to the CIOs, Drupal developers are really working on their projects to make those officers’ work smooth and hassle free.