With the undeniable importance of cyberspace in the lives of individuals as well as large corporations,
there is a growing need for internet tools that facilitate users in effectively managing their online content.
The introduction of web applications like Drupal has been of immense help in this regard as this versatile
software program gives its users the option to systemize, administer and proliferate their content
throughout the cyberspace.

In its aim to reach as many users as possible, Drupal has not only kept its services free of charges but
also does not put any compulsion on them to get a license. According to Drupal’s website, its online
community currently comprises more than 630,000 members, all of whom contribute towards the
development of this internet-based software.

Drupal’s most basic form was launched in 1999, when it was introduced as a message board. Its growing
popularity led the creators to develop it even further and in 2001, the website Drupal.org was unveiled.
The content managed using Drupal ranges from e-commerce management, governmental websites and
even blogospheres.

A PHP-based tool, Drupal’s clients include small and medium enterprises as well as international trade
organizations. Moreover, this web application has the distinction of being the support software for
government-owned websites like data.gov.uk and whitehouse.gov.