We are very excited to announce a relaunch of top level pages on concrete5.org.
The new look we’ve had for the last year or two felt great, but the content didn’t always deliver on the promise of the design. We had fallen into the age old trap of putting disparate content elements next to each other because “we had some space.” A muddled vision for each page’s purpose left us feeling like someone in a great suit with no idea what they’re talking about.
This is a repost from katzueno.com
On Feb 2, 2016, Japan’s hosting giant, Sakura Internet started offering quick install of concrete5 CMS.
Sakura Internet may be like the combination of Dreamhost and MediaTemple. They are the pioneer to introduce inexpensive shared hosting, affordable VPS, cloud, and IoT hosting to the Japanese market.
Ill be attending and Keynoting the [SunshinePHP](http://2016.sunshinephp.com/) Conference this week. The SunshinePHP Developer Conference is hosted by the South Florida PHP community [(SoFloPHP)](http://www.meetup.com/South-Florida-PHP-Users-Group/) in Miami, Florida from February 4th - 6th, 2016.
We are proud to announce that concrete5 was named the Best CMS for Designers at the 2015 Peoples Choice CMS Awards at CMScritic.com. We sincerely thank all of you who nominated and voted. It is tremendously rewarding to have such a wonderful and supportive community.
concrete5 7.5.6 is here. This is a maintenance release addressing issues with Friday's 7.5.5 release. This release fixes a few bugs related to the inability to register new public accounts and issues with deleting a file set.
Weve got huge plans and big expectations for 2016, and you need to know all about them.
The last couple of years have been full of change for concrete5, and were really seeing all that come together now. Tune in to learn what were working on and how it will help your business.
Our CEO Franz will be hosting live global webinar on Thursday, January 28th to cover our plans for 2016.
We know you loved concrete5 7.5.4 so much we thought we would release 7.5.5 right away.
This is a maintenance release and we strongly encourage you to update your sites.
PORTLAND, OREGON (PRWEB) JANUARY 21, 2016
concrete5 will be used for all of the U.S. Army MWR web presence. The U.S. Army Family, Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) program supports Soldiers, Families and the more than 3 million individuals associated with the U.S. Army. After years of organic efforts across more than 80 garrisons, the web presence for all of MWR will be standardized on concrete5, version 7.