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Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
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Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
Sbtug 25 Feb2009 Content Management Craig Bailey
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  • 1. Content Management Systems<br />SBTUG <br />25 February 2009<br />Craig Bailey<br />www.craigbailey.net<br />
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. Scenarios<br />Simple sites<br />Web<br />Intranet<br />Extranet<br />Portals<br />Complex sites<br />LOB & Integration<br />
  • 8. Support models<br />Open source<br />Reseller<br />Local support<br />Consultative<br />
  • 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. 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. Entry level<br />
  • 16. Mid level<br />
  • 17. Enterprise<br />
  • 18. Gartner MarketScope<br />
  • 19. Tonight<br />Predominantly Web Content Management<br />Mainly open-source<br />Cover a range of scenarios<br />
  • 20. Examples<br />Wiki<br />WordPress<br />DotNetNuke<br />
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  • 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. 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. WordPress<br />Recommended for:<br />Small companies<br />Simple needs<br />Easy customisation<br />Easy-peasy blog setup<br />
  • 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. 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. 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. DotNetNuke<br />Recommended for<br />Companies, who want<br />.NET based<br />Highly supported<br />Customisable<br />
  • 44. Requirements<br />User needs (really!)<br />Technology stack<br />Open source vs closed source<br />Integration<br />Support<br />Finance<br />
  • 45. Resources<br />ECM, WCM (Wikipedia)<br />CMS Wire<br />CMS Watch<br />CMS Matrix<br />CMS Critic<br />Open Source CMS<br />
  • 46. Questions?<br />Craig Bailey<br />www.craigbailey.net<br />craig@craigbailey.net<br />www.twitter.com/craigbailey<br />

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