The Standard release of Drupal is known as Drupal Core, and it contains basic features common to any Content Management System such as Joomla or WordPress.

  • Drupal is not as widely used as WordPress and Joomla
  • Security can be driving factor for people to consider Drupal
  • Drupal like Joomla and Magento is more geared towards advanced users.

Is Drupal Free and Open Source?

Drupal is another free and open-source content management framework. Drupal is not as widely used as WordPress and Joomla; even though, Drupal has over a million members and many modules, themes and plug-ins available.

Why use Drupal Content Management System?

Drupal is also a good choice for corporate websites, but ultimately client’s business needs dictate which CMS to use. Drupal is primarily a good choice when security is of concern and hence one finds many governments including whitehouse.gov using Drupal. Drupal CMS can also be a good choice if clients are looking to integrate certain systems that may aligned well with Drupal as opposed to others.

Drupal also offers many plug-ins and extensions; however, Drupal like Joomla and Magento is more geared towards advanced users. Clients who opt to self serve maintenance find Drupal challenging to use than WordPress.

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GlobeSign suggests WordPress Content Management System for standard, basic or corporate websites since WordPress is light, easy to maintain, provides way more plugins plus it provides search engine friendly URLs. However, providing client’s specific business needs and preferences, we can build and maintain websites based on Drupal CMS.

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