Our Solutions Architect, Kate Orlova, has reviewed the benefits of upgrading to Sitecore 9.2 sharing her understanding to help organisations decide whether or not to upgrade.
Delete’s Digital Marketing Director, Polly Pospelova, assesses and evaluates the SEO capabilities of Sitecore. Read on to discover whether this platform could be right for your SEO needs.
Here, our Kentico developer Dmitri Bastron discusses why he decided to take the Kentico Online Marketing course and why other developers should do the same.
Our Solutions Architect, Kate Orlova and Technical Director, Andrey Stepanov, share their recommendations on which tools to use for continuous integration and delivery for Sitecore projects.
While July is often the time for people to get away and enjoy the sun, there’s been no let up at Delete.
The Delete team attended this year's ContentEd conference in Edinburgh. Find out which speakers have made it into our round up of the top five presentations.
Our Quality Assurance Specialist explains a little more about JMeter before detailing how you can use Apache JMeter for performance load testing and at the same time catch a tricky partial server downtime of a high traffic Sitecore website.
The trend of needing to integrate with Salesforce among our new and prospective clients - for which we are building websites on Sitecore - has been increasing to the point that it has become an almost mandatory requirement. Here our Solutions Architect Kate Orlova examines the different options available.
The Delete team were in attendance at the ‘Leeds Loves Search’ SEO conference as part of this year’s Leeds Digital Festival to support our Head of Search, Polly Pospelova, who was presenting at the event. Here we recap Polly’s talk as well as the presentations from all the other speakers.
Delete’s Head of Search, Polly Pospelova, recently spoke on this topic at BrightonSEO, Leeds Loves Search, Digital Elite Camp 2019 and SearchLeeds. If you missed this or you simply want to know more about this subject, here’s a summary of what Polly had to say.