Drupal Security Best Practices for Government and Nonprofits
You can now check the new release of our Security Guide on GitHub and download it from our site!
What we do
We are Drupal experts who provide our clients with customized web solutions that are highly accessible and secure.
Why you should hire us
A skilled team, proven expertise and exceptional delivery are among the reasons to trust OpenConcept with your Drupal projects.
PSAC is one of Canada's largest unions, committed to defend access to quality public services and to social justice. OpenConcept was hired for website development services for the redevelopment of the PSAC National website and integration of the Unionware API.
CUPE’s website was migrated to Drupal 7 and completely redesigned. The project involved multilingual development with accessibility improvements and security enhancements, development of a tool for campaigns and workshop registration management.
WHAT IS DRUPAL?
Drupal is an open-source software that allows you to easily organize, manage and publish your content, with an endless variety of customization.
Drupal is a highly secure and scalable tools that powers some of the busiest sites and can be adapted to any visual design.
Drupal is constantly improved by a community of one million users that contribute to make it a cutting-edge platform.
The second edition of a11yYOW aims to bring the Web Industry and Government around the theme of web accessibility.
Mike Gifford will be presenting on Bridging the Web Accessibility Gap - Drupal 8 and Section 508 Refresh at BADCamp.
OpenConcept is partnering with Fairsay to provide non-profits with an e-campaign training adapted to their needs.
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