Navigating Drupal 7 End of Life: What To Do Next?

With Drupal 7 reaching its end-of-life in January 2025, organisations face business critical decisions about their content management systems (CMS). In this webinar, we'll provide comprehensive guidance exploring the considerations for sticking with Drupal, transitioning to Drupal 10, or migrating to alternative CMS options. Our expert speakers will share insights, best practices, and actionable steps to navigate this critical phase.

Join us on Friday 3rd May from 11am - 12pm for an informative webinar hosted by CTI Digital’s Drupal Technical Director, David Bishop, and Sales Director, James Tillotson, as they discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by Drupal 7 end-of-life. They will cover the complexities of CMS transition and the implications for IT infrastructure. 

Whether you're weighing the pros and cons of sticking with Drupal, considering a migration to Drupal 10, or exploring alternative CMS options, this webinar will equip you with actionable strategies and expert guidance to navigate the Drupal 7 end of life effectively.

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Meet the speakers

David Bishop - Drupal Technical Director @ CTI Digital

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James Tillotson - Sales Director @ CTI Digital

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Who should attend?

For IT professionals, marketers, content editors, and senior decision-makers confronting the Drupal 7 end-of-life, grappling with migration decisions, technical considerations, and strategic planning. 

If you're navigating the complexities of CMS transition, evaluating Drupal's future, and seeking guidance on website and IT infrastructure investments, this webinar is tailored for you.

Key takeaways

  • A clear understanding of the implications of Drupal 7 end-of-life.
  • Insights into the options available for transitioning to a new CMS or upgrading to Drupal 10.
  • Guidance on evaluating and selecting the right CMS solution for your organisation.
  • Practical steps and best practices for managing the transition process effectively.


Friday 3rd May, 11am – 12pm


Online Webinar via Zoom


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