FIU Content Management System
            (CMS)




                     Web Communications
                       http://...
Content Management System (CMS)

What
is
a
CMS?

Content
management
refers
to
the
system
and
processes
whereby

informa5on...
Content Management System (CMS)

The
Bo4om
Line:
Efficiently
Manage
Online
InformaAon

A
CMS
represents
a
major
departure
fr...
Hannon Hill Cascade Server (CMS)

Higher
Ed
Experience
(approx
120
universiAes
currently)





                           ...
Hannon Hill Cascade Server (CMS)

Highlights


• Browser
based
works
with
any
standard
browser
and
opera5ng
system

• Bran...
Hannon Hill Cascade Server (CMS)

Services
/
Support


• Initial on site 3 day training
• Knowledgebase
• Higher ED Listse...
Follow up

Web
CommunicaAons

hHp://webcomm.fiu.edu




MaH
Herzberger

305‐348‐0094

PC
519

mherzber@fiu.edu"




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FIU Web Content Management System (CMS)

  1. 1. FIU Content Management System (CMS) Web Communications http://webcomm.fiu.edu
  2. 2. Content Management System (CMS) What
is
a
CMS?
 Content
management
refers
to
the
system
and
processes
whereby
 informa5on
is
created,
managed,
published,
and
archived.
Informa5on
 typically
passes
through
this
lifecycle
for
a
finite
period
of
5me.
A
content
 management
system
(CMS)
provides
the
necessary
infrastructure
for
 mul5ple
persons
to
effec5vely
contribute
content
and
collaborate
 throughout
these
lifecycles.
 What
are
the
benefits?
 • Empower
Content
 • Decrease
Costs
 • Maintain
Consistency

 Web Communications http://webcomm.fiu.edu
  3. 3. Content Management System (CMS) The
Bo4om
Line:
Efficiently
Manage
Online
InformaAon
 A
CMS
represents
a
major
departure
from
tradi5onal
methods.
Not
only
are
 business
processes
altered,
but
more
business
users
and
fewer
technical
 personnel
are
involved
in
day‐to‐day
content
management
opera5ons.
 Content
boHlenecks
are
removed,
while
content
backups
are
automa5cally
 generated.
A
CMS
changes
the
way
online
informa5on
is
managed.
 We
have
decided
to
partner
with:
 Web Communications http://webcomm.fiu.edu
  4. 4. Hannon Hill Cascade Server (CMS) Higher
Ed
Experience
(approx
120
universiAes
currently)
 Web Communications http://webcomm.fiu.edu
  5. 5. Hannon Hill Cascade Server (CMS) Highlights
 • Browser
based
works
with
any
standard
browser
and
opera5ng
system
 • Branding
consistency
through
out
all
sites
 • Enforces
Sec5on
508
accessibility
compliance

 • Enforces
W3C
web
standards
based
code
 • Checks
and
alerts
for
broken
links
on
all
sites
 • Granular
administra5on
of
university
wide
web
presence

 • Ability
to
manage
unlimited
sites
in
a
single
instance
 • Content
Re‐use
for
things
like
rankings,
documents,
5mely
informa5on
 • Supports
any
programming
language
which
will
make
anyone
on
campus
 able
to
use
the
system
with
current
programming
 • Multi-server content publication, content independence from CMS Web Communications http://webcomm.fiu.edu
  6. 6. Hannon Hill Cascade Server (CMS) Services
/
Support
 • Initial on site 3 day training • Knowledgebase • Higher ED Listserv (customer community) • Yearly User conference • Unlimited user licenses • Phone and email based support Web Communications http://webcomm.fiu.edu
  7. 7. Follow up Web
CommunicaAons
 hHp://webcomm.fiu.edu
 MaH
Herzberger
 305‐348‐0094
 PC
519
 mherzber@fiu.edu" Web Communications http://webcomm.fiu.edu
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