Is WordPress Ready for Enterprise Web Content Management?

September 5th, 2011 by Curtiss Grymala

A few days ago, I had someone ask me if I though WordPress was ready to be an enterprise-level Web content management system (WCMS). My initial response was basically “Yes, I should hope so.” My livelihood, at this point, depends on WordPress functioning as an enterprise WCMS.

However, I feel like I should qualify that affirmative answer a little bit. While WordPress is almost completely capable of being an enterprise WCMS, there are a few caveats that go with that. Read the rest of this entry »

Updated to WordPress 3.0.1

July 29th, 2010 by Curtiss Grymala
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WordPress 3.0.1 was released about an hour ago. We here at Ten-321 Enterprises have gone ahead and update this website to the latest version and are beginning to test it out. Assuming that we don’t encounter any major issues, we’ll be updating our clients’ websites to version 3.0.1, soon.

Have you updated, yet? If so, did you encounter any issues with the update? We’re curious to hear your experiences.