Business and enterprise online communities

By Will Heinemann
Image credit: Gábor Hojtsy Agencies, freelancers, Drupalers of all kinds have faced a bad fortnight. If you’re involved in Drupal, digital, or you’re a BBC News reader, you’ll be aware of the SQL injection bug that’s compromised security for many of the world’s websites built with the CMS.
By Will Heinemann
In early 2013 we were approved as a supplier on the government’s G-Cloud service. Since becoming an approved supplier, governmental departments and public sector organisation in the UK are now able to search for and browse BrightLemon services and consider us for their website and online community development projects. Ensuring international success UK Trade and Investment are the government department that ‘works with UK businesses to ensure their success in international markets’.
By Leon Tong
Business in the Community (BiTC) have been at the forefront of helping businesses give back to society — via a wide range of community based initiatives — for decades. How BiTC work:
By Leon Tong
After hearing Drupal Camp London speaker Mark Taylor explain the UK Government's new framework for approved suppliers, we have been considered and accepted by the government procurement service G Cloud iii as an approved Drupal supplier to be considered for work by the UK Government. Mark gave a very influential speech at the recent Drupal event and spoke with much enthusiasm about the government's commitment to open-source technology. 
By Leon Tong
David is one of the founders of MySQL AB and a developer of the free database server, MySQL, the world's most used open source relational database management system. David Axmark was the keynote speaker at Drupal Camp London and organisers Tim Deeson and Leon Tong asked David the following questions:
By Leon Tong
After being a spectator to the planning and buzz for some months, DrupalCamp London; my first Drupal community event succeeded in leaving a lasting impression on me. The three day event which was hosted at City University (conveniently situated nearby London’s Tech City) kicked off with a business day to exemplify the power of Drupal to potential adopters.