Hello and welcome to a corporate dilemma with a billionaire investor in the middle. We are not a tech company, which is why I (a designer) have to scrape together IT help where I can find it. I know this is more of a general query not directly related to my Dreamhost account. Your help would be much appreciated in the education community.
Say I’m the owner of some server space that runs Wordpress alongside Moodle (an LMS similar to Blackboard). Is there a solution that would allow the publisher of the Moodle content (someone who is not me) to keep their content secure, accessible only to them, with both applications under the same domain?
I suppose this is a question concerning the Moodle backend, as well as server architecture. In theory, there would be nothing to prevent me, the owner of the hosting, from accessing/modifying all the Moodle content via the FTP/whathaveyou, correct? Or is it possible that Moodle is engineered in such a way that access is solely available via the backend?
In Wordpress, even if I don’t have a Wordpress admin account, I can still modify the Wordpress content via the FTP. Could the same true for Moodle?