Why Joomla

We have collected information about the strengths of core Joomla. These features are powerful, but they are only useful to us if they apply to what we need to do. Maybe they apply to you, maybe they don’t. Choosing the right CMS for a project can be a process in itself and only you can decide what will work best for you, but it’s always good to make an informed decision.

These core settings and standardized features are available EVERYWHERE in Joomla! They all work independently and can be used in conjunction with each other. For example, we could have different pages with different designs that are seen differently based on the language of a user. We can show different content in many different ways to many different users across all of our different pages based on any number of settings or combinations of settings. That is the true power of the Joomla CMS platform.

 

In the field of information security, user action log  (UAL) is the monitoring and recording of user actions. UAL captures user actions, including the use of applications, applications opened, data accessed, system commands executed, checkboxes clicked, text entered/edited, site area visited and nearly every other event to protect data by ensuring that employees and contractors are staying within their assigned tasks, and posing no risk to the organization.

The internet continues to grow and has become the default point of call for businesses and individuals searching for goods, services or information.

For businesses wishing to get that competitive advantage, a multilingual website now presents one of the most high impact means of expanding a client base and securing greater sales volumes.

The multilingual website will continue to become a necessity for businesses and organisations as the process of internationalization unfolds.

An access control list (ACL) is a table that tells a computer system which access rights each user/group has to a particular system object. Each object has a security attribute that identifies its access control list. The list has an entry for each system user/group with access privileges. The most common privileges include the ability to read, write or create objects or special system access/abilities.

HTTPS creates a secure channel over an insecure network. This ensures reasonable protection from eavesdroppers and man-in-the-middle attacks, provided that adequate cipher suites are used and that the server certificate is verified and trusted.

HTTPS is especially important over insecure networks (such as public Wi-Fi access points), as anyone on the same local network can packet-sniff and discover sensitive information not protected by HTTPS. Additionally, many free to use and paid WLAN networks engage in packet injection in order to serve their own ads on webpages. However, this can be exploited maliciously in many ways, such as injecting malware onto webpages and stealing users' private information.