Oshyn, Inc. Evaluates Drupal Advanced Features
Enterprises looking to Open Source for Web Content Management solutions will find the developer
community driven Drupal offers extensive modules to build with the advanced features which are
explored in the latest in a series of Drupal white papers from Oshyn.
Los Angeles, CA – May 26, 2010 – As part of Oshyn’s continuing series on how to leverage Drupal in the
Enterprise, in this free white paper, “Advanced Drupal Features: Mobile, Media, Maps and Localization”,
Oshyn examines the advanced Web Content Management capabilities available from Drupal Open
Source WCM and its vibrant developer community. Oshyn has integrated many commercial and Open
Source WCM solutions within large enterprise environments and leverages Drupal for many of those
solutions. Oshyn helps clients select Content Management Systems based on their specific
requirements such as: editor sophistication, understanding the capabilities required for content re-use,
integration, personalization, ecommerce, workflows, online marketing, multilingual content, multi-
device content, multi-site management, affiliate content sharing and future development plans.
Authored by Oshyn’s Eric Aguayo, this free white paper, “Advanced Drupal Features:
Mobile, Media, Maps and Localization”, draws from Oshyn’s extensive experience in Social Media and
Content Management Systems development and integration. Specifically this Drupal Open Source CMS
white paper explores:
Access Control and Security
Enhanced User Profiles
Locations and Maps
Internationalization and Locale based content
Events and Scheduled Tasks
The “Advanced Drupal Features: Mobile, Media, Maps and Localization” white paper can be
downloaded for free at: http://www.oshyn.com/landingpages/drupal-advanced-features
“The vibrancy of Drupal’s development community makes it very compelling Open Source WCM option,
especially when the need is something as cutting edge as how Social Media can impact true business
value,” said Diego Rebosio, Chief Executive Officer, Oshyn. “Drupal performs well for Enterprise scale
websites as can be seen by the frequent usage by the federal administration which recently announced
upgrades to USASpending.gov website which is built on Drupal. Drupal 7.0 Alpha 5 was just released this
week and the beta is expected around June 21, 2010 which is great news because it will allow Oshyn to
deliver even better solutions to clients with its improved user interface, custom fields, image handling,
Update Manager module and many front-end and back-end improvements.”
Source CMS/WCM which can be downloaded at http://www.oshyn.com/landingpages/open-
Oshyn recently released a related white paper highlighting the pros and cons of choosing an Open
source-cms-right-for-your-organization and several other Drupal white papers:
Drupal Multilingual http://www.oshyn.com/landingpages/drupal-multilingual
Drupal Social Media http://www.oshyn.com/landingpages/drupal-social-media
Drupal Multisite Options http://www.oshyn.com/landingpages/drupal-multisite-options
About Oshyn, Inc.
Oshyn, Inc. is an Enterprise Technology Agency that has earned a reputation for delivering innovative
business solutions for the web, mobile devices and enterprise technology platforms.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, Oshyn's growing client list includes Best Buy/Geek Squad, Coca-Cola,
Electronic Arts, Epson, Graduate Prospects, Fordham University, JDS Uniphase, Harbor Capital, Lexus,
Mars, Miramax, National Education Association, Oliver Wyman, Sapient, Scripps, Southern California
Edison and Volkswagen.
Oshyn, Inc. is partnered with the some of the most respected agencies and technology providers such as
72andSunny, Ascentium, Crispin Porter + Bogusky, Ogilvy & Mather, Saatchi & Saatchi, Springbox, The
Groop and Team One.
Oshyn, Inc. partners and maintains certifications with leading technology providers such as EPiServer,
Microsoft, Jahia, Microsoft, OpenText, Oracle and Sitecore.
For more information please visit us at www.oshyn.com. Follow us on Twitter @Oshyn_Inc.
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