Tech jargon and analysts with acronyms. Buzzwords and ranking voodoo. Where does WordPress fit in the enterprise tech industry? A guide for the genuinely curious or perplexed.
Sparked by Magne Ilsaas‘s ideas in The WordPress Enterprise Paradox, Tom started a Twitter thread and hosted a live discussion with Magne and others at enterprise WordPress agencies this week. Their main concern is the challenges that arise from not having a well-defined brand and market that allows “WordPress for the Enterprise” to stand out — without being ties to a particular WordPress company or host. After getting an outline of the problem as it stands today, I asked Tom what might help differentiate “Enterprise WordPress” as a collective or entire ecosystem of agencies operating within it. Can open-source values of sharing and cooperation shape a unique global identity for enterprise WordPress agencies? Is it time for an inter-agency association or “guild” to take on these challenges?
It’s still far from simple to do well — let alone do better — what was first possible in the Web 1.0 era, even before WordPress was born. Thoughts on “WordPress Lite” and “Create Once, Publish Everywhere.”
Video Picks 📺 Here is my video pick for the week: Running WordPress on AWS Lightsail: Jerry Hargrove demonstrates at a recent WordPress New York Meetup how to to leverage the features and capabilities of Amazon Lightsail to ensure a WordPress site is up and running. Podcast Picks 🎙️ Here are my podcast picks: Balancing Work,…
Altis DXP had its first birthday in 2020. In its first year of existence, it has powered 27 billion page requests and welcomed 18 partners. 🎂
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