We’ve been working with our customers to understand their goals and challenges. This quarter’s releases offer a collection of new features and functionality in a best-in-class SaaS platform to help make WebOps teams productive! Dive in to see what’s new from Pantheon.
Learn about open-source development and digital marketing agency Mediacurrent’s RainU CMS, which allows higher education institutions to create a website in less than 30 days. A glimpse of what Mediacurrent’s RainU-based higher education website looks like.
Here’s everything you need to know about Drupal versions 7, 8, and 9 on Pantheon. Dive in to learn more.
It’s no secret that educational institutions have been updating their pedagogical practices, due to evolving learning expectations and advancements in technology, coupled with the COVID-19 pandemic forcing remote learning solutions. Dive into the following post to see why digital transformation is the future of higher education.
Learn how the Harvard University homepage was re-envisioned through strategic collaboration to establish credibility among its thousands of daily visitors and remain always relevant in a fast-moving world.
There’s an easier way to manage website updates for WordPress and Drupal. Dive into our solution in the following post.
In the following post, Steve Persch, Director of Technical Marketing here at Pantheon, walks through six instrumental practices web teams use to pursue success. Dive in to learn more.
In the following post Pantheon Hero Roy Sivan gives his opinion on the future of e-learning. Hint, it’s here to say. Dive in to read more. Image by Charles Deluvio via Unsplash.
Learn how L.A. Tourism adopted a WebOps framework to pivot immediately during the pandemic, shifting from attracting outside tourists to local patrons with their website, in the following post.
As the second post in a three-part series, Pantheon Hero Roy Sivan walks you through the considerations and common obstacles you'll encounter in setting up and selling your online course using WordPress and a Learning Management System (LMS).
Your website has a job to do — well, likely more than one. Are you setting the right goals for your website, and do you have a plan to reach them? Read this post to gain crucial insight into the process of setting and reaching your website goals.
Interested in creating an online course and not sure if using a WordPress Learning Management System (LMS) or Software as a Service (SaaS) solution is best? Dive into the following post to learn more about creating an online course and the pros and cons to each approach.
It's an exciting day at Pantheon as we announce our Series E to extend the capabilities of our platform, helping WebOps teams work together to create impact with their websites.
This Pride Month, we were were lucky enough to sit down with seasoned Drupal developer at Lullabot and passionate community builder April Sides to discuss what it means to build a more inclusive tech community.
Today, registered clubs across Australia are facing new challenges — including an aging clientele, and most recently, mandated closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Discover how ClubsNSW efficiently manages more than 160 clubs using Pantheon in the following post.
Learn how Pernod Ricard, one of the world’s largest sellers of wine and spirits, manages their digital portfolio across hundreds of websites — including iconic names like Jameson, Absolut, and Malibu — with the help of the Pantheon WebOps platform and WordPress.
Dive into this informational post to learn how you can set up a simple, functioning website to create positive change out in the community — with tools like the Pantheon WebOps platform and an open source CMS like Drupal.