Content Management Systems<br />SBTUG <br />25 February 2009<br />Craig Bailey<br />www.craigbailey.net<br />
Aims<br />Ask the question:<br />Which CMS is best for me?<br />Understand the main concepts<br />See a range of CMS optio...
Agenda<br />Overview of terms<br />Understanding requirements<br />Common tools/vendors/products<br />User scenarios/Suppo...
Terms<br />Content<br />Content Management Systems (CMS)<br />Web Content Management (WCM)<br />Document Management<br />R...
Terms: Content<br />Text<br />Images, Video, Audio<br />Tasks<br />Forum, blog, wiki posts<br />Forms<br />Documents<br />...
Requirements<br />Structured Data<br />Centralised publishing<br />Auditing / Version control<br />Workflow & Business Pro...
Scenarios<br />Simple sites<br />Web<br />Intranet<br />Extranet<br />Portals<br />Complex sites<br />LOB & Integration<br />
Support models<br />Open source<br />Reseller<br />Local support<br />Consultative<br />
Pricing<br />Freemium (there’s less of them now...)<br />Hosted<br />On site development<br />Product<br />Services<br />F...
Vendors & Products <br />Vendors (there’s a few...)<br />Open source vs Closed Source<br />Entry / Mid / Enterprise level<...
Entry level<br />
Mid level<br />
Enterprise<br />
Gartner MarketScope<br />
Tonight<br />Predominantly Web Content Management<br />Mainly open-source<br />Cover a range of scenarios<br />
Examples<br />Wiki<br />WordPress<br />DotNetNuke<br />
Examples<br />
WordPress<br />Open source<br />Self hosted & WordPress hosted<br />Large community<br />&gt; 4000 plugins/themes/widgets<...
WordPress<br />For<br />Inexpensive<br />1-click install on many hosting companies<br />Simple to customise<br />Thousands...
WordPress<br />Recommended for:<br />Small companies<br />Simple needs<br />Easy customisation<br />Easy-peasy blog setup<...
DotNetNuke<br />Open source<br />.NET based<br />More than half a million installations<br />Now offering a Professional v...
DNN Demo<br />Create a DNN demo portal<br />http://demo.dotnetnuke.com/tabid/36/ctl/Signup/Default.aspx<br />
DotNetNuke<br />For<br />Solid, mature .NET option<br />Huge install base + thousands of add-ons<br />Constantly improving...
DotNetNuke<br />Recommended for<br />Companies, who want<br />.NET based<br />Highly supported<br />Customisable<br />
Requirements<br />User needs (really!)<br />Technology stack<br />Open source vs closed source<br />Integration<br />Suppo...
Resources<br />ECM, WCM (Wikipedia)<br />CMS Wire<br />CMS Watch<br />CMS Matrix<br />CMS Critic<br />Open Source CMS<br />
Questions?<br />Craig Bailey<br />www.craigbailey.net<br />craig@craigbailey.net<br />www.twitter.com/craigbailey<br />
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  1. 1. Content Management Systems<br />SBTUG <br />25 February 2009<br />Craig Bailey<br />www.craigbailey.net<br />
  2. 2. Aims<br />Ask the question:<br />Which CMS is best for me?<br />Understand the main concepts<br />See a range of CMS options<br />Gain an understanding of what to look for in your business...<br />
  3. 3. Agenda<br />Overview of terms<br />Understanding requirements<br />Common tools/vendors/products<br />User scenarios/Support models<br />5 mini-sessions<br />Panel of experts<br />
  4. 4. Terms<br />Content<br />Content Management Systems (CMS)<br />Web Content Management (WCM)<br />Document Management<br />Records Management<br />Digital Asset Management Systems (DAMS)<br />Enterprise Content Management (ECM)<br />
  5. 5. Terms: Content<br />Text<br />Images, Video, Audio<br />Tasks<br />Forum, blog, wiki posts<br />Forms<br />Documents<br />Records<br />Polls, Surveys, Competitions, Ads, ...<br />
  6. 6. Requirements<br />Structured Data<br />Centralised publishing<br />Auditing / Version control<br />Workflow & Business Process Management<br />Taxonomy & Search<br />Collaboration<br />Plus a million others...<br />
  7. 7. Scenarios<br />Simple sites<br />Web<br />Intranet<br />Extranet<br />Portals<br />Complex sites<br />LOB & Integration<br />
  8. 8. Support models<br />Open source<br />Reseller<br />Local support<br />Consultative<br />
  9. 9. Pricing<br />Freemium (there’s less of them now...)<br />Hosted<br />On site development<br />Product<br />Services<br />Finance packaging<br />
  10. 10. Vendors & Products <br />Vendors (there’s a few...)<br />Open source vs Closed Source<br />Entry / Mid / Enterprise level<br />Following image credits: <br />James Robertson – Step Two – slideshare<br />
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  15. 15. Entry level<br />
  16. 16. Mid level<br />
  17. 17. Enterprise<br />
  18. 18. Gartner MarketScope<br />
  19. 19. Tonight<br />Predominantly Web Content Management<br />Mainly open-source<br />Cover a range of scenarios<br />
  20. 20. Examples<br />Wiki<br />WordPress<br />DotNetNuke<br />
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  24. 24. WordPress<br />Open source<br />Self hosted & WordPress hosted<br />Large community<br />&gt; 4000 plugins/themes/widgets<br />Entry level<br />Primitive content management tools<br />
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  34. 34. WordPress<br />For<br />Inexpensive<br />1-click install on many hosting companies<br />Simple to customise<br />Thousands of plugins<br />Against<br />Rudimentry content management<br />Basic functionality<br />Fiddly to program/style<br />
  35. 35. WordPress<br />Recommended for:<br />Small companies<br />Simple needs<br />Easy customisation<br />Easy-peasy blog setup<br />
  36. 36. DotNetNuke<br />Open source<br />.NET based<br />More than half a million installations<br />Now offering a Professional version<br />Monetized 3rd party add-ons strategy<br />Biggest UI feature: move modules around<br />
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  40. 40. DNN Demo<br />Create a DNN demo portal<br />http://demo.dotnetnuke.com/tabid/36/ctl/Signup/Default.aspx<br />
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  42. 42. DotNetNuke<br />For<br />Solid, mature .NET option<br />Huge install base + thousands of add-ons<br />Constantly improving<br />Professional support model<br />Against<br />Styling can be tricky<br />Admin can be frustrating<br />Data migration can be difficult<br />
  43. 43. DotNetNuke<br />Recommended for<br />Companies, who want<br />.NET based<br />Highly supported<br />Customisable<br />
  44. 44. Requirements<br />User needs (really!)<br />Technology stack<br />Open source vs closed source<br />Integration<br />Support<br />Finance<br />
  45. 45. Resources<br />ECM, WCM (Wikipedia)<br />CMS Wire<br />CMS Watch<br />CMS Matrix<br />CMS Critic<br />Open Source CMS<br />
  46. 46. Questions?<br />Craig Bailey<br />www.craigbailey.net<br />craig@craigbailey.net<br />www.twitter.com/craigbailey<br />
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