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  • 1. Content Management Systems
    SBTUG
    25 February 2009
    Craig Bailey
    www.craigbailey.net
  • 2. Aims
    Ask the question:
    Which CMS is best for me?
    Understand the main concepts
    See a range of CMS options
    Gain an understanding of what to look for in your business...
  • 3. Agenda
    Overview of terms
    Understanding requirements
    Common tools/vendors/products
    User scenarios/Support models
    5 mini-sessions
    Panel of experts
  • 4. Terms
    Content
    Content Management Systems (CMS)
    Web Content Management (WCM)
    Document Management
    Records Management
    Digital Asset Management Systems (DAMS)
    Enterprise Content Management (ECM)
  • 5. Terms: Content
    Text
    Images, Video, Audio
    Tasks
    Forum, blog, wiki posts
    Forms
    Documents
    Records
    Polls, Surveys, Competitions, Ads, ...
  • 6. Requirements
    Structured Data
    Centralised publishing
    Auditing / Version control
    Workflow & Business Process Management
    Taxonomy & Search
    Collaboration
    Plus a million others...
  • 7. Scenarios
    Simple sites
    Web
    Intranet
    Extranet
    Portals
    Complex sites
    LOB & Integration
  • 8. Support models
    Open source
    Reseller
    Local support
    Consultative
  • 9. Pricing
    Freemium (there’s less of them now...)
    Hosted
    On site development
    Product
    Services
    Finance packaging
  • 10. Vendors & Products
    Vendors (there’s a few...)
    Open source vs Closed Source
    Entry / Mid / Enterprise level
    Following image credits:
    James Robertson – Step Two – slideshare
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  • 15. Entry level
  • 16. Mid level
  • 17. Enterprise
  • 18. Gartner MarketScope
  • 19. Tonight
    Predominantly Web Content Management
    Mainly open-source
    Cover a range of scenarios
  • 20. Examples
    Wiki
    WordPress
    DotNetNuke
  • 21. Examples
  • 22.
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  • 24. WordPress
    Open source
    Self hosted & WordPress hosted
    Large community
    > 4000 plugins/themes/widgets
    Entry level
    Primitive content management tools
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  • 34. WordPress
    For
    Inexpensive
    1-click install on many hosting companies
    Simple to customise
    Thousands of plugins
    Against
    Rudimentry content management
    Basic functionality
    Fiddly to program/style
  • 35. WordPress
    Recommended for:
    Small companies
    Simple needs
    Easy customisation
    Easy-peasy blog setup
  • 36. DotNetNuke
    Open source
    .NET based
    More than half a million installations
    Now offering a Professional version
    Monetized 3rd party add-ons strategy
    Biggest UI feature: move modules around
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  • 40. DNN Demo
    Create a DNN demo portal
    http://demo.dotnetnuke.com/tabid/36/ctl/Signup/Default.aspx
  • 41.
  • 42. DotNetNuke
    For
    Solid, mature .NET option
    Huge install base + thousands of add-ons
    Constantly improving
    Professional support model
    Against
    Styling can be tricky
    Admin can be frustrating
    Data migration can be difficult
  • 43. DotNetNuke
    Recommended for
    Companies, who want
    .NET based
    Highly supported
    Customisable
  • 44. Requirements
    User needs (really!)
    Technology stack
    Open source vs closed source
    Integration
    Support
    Finance
  • 45. Resources
    ECM, WCM (Wikipedia)
    CMS Wire
    CMS Watch
    CMS Matrix
    CMS Critic
    Open Source CMS
  • 46. Questions?
    Craig Bailey
    www.craigbailey.net
    craig@craigbailey.net
    www.twitter.com/craigbailey