Introduction to Plone 4 Tim Knapp
What Is  Plone ? Enterprise Content Management System
Content Management System <ul><li>Authoring  of content
Management of the  content lifecycle
Archiving ,  access management ,  metadata ,  indexing ,  search
Publication ,  localisation ,  aggregation ,  navigation </li></ul>
Enterprise CMS <ul><li>Authentication
Reliability
Scalability
Integration
Import/Export </li></ul>
Open Source CMS
Open Source CMS <ul><li>Same open source license as  Linux
Avoid  vendor lock-in  and  expensive licenses
Predictable  future
Freedom to  innovate </li></ul>
Owned and Protected
Owned and Protected <ul><li>Plone Foundation  owns and protects all intellectual property and trademarks </li></ul>
Standards Compliant
Standards Compliant <ul><li>Outstanding  search engine visibility
Works in all  major browsers
Javascript  gracefully  degrades  for browsers that don't have javascript
Supports  OpenID  for authentication
Works with them all—  LDAP ,  SQL ,  SOAP , Web Services ( WSDL ) and  WebDAV
Pluggable authentication  — easy integration with LDAP, Active Directory, SQL databases, Salesforce and Gmail.  </li></ul>
Accessibility Compliant
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    1. 1. Introduction to Plone 4 Tim Knapp
    2. 2. What Is Plone ? Enterprise Content Management System
    3. 3. Content Management System <ul><li>Authoring of content
    4. 4. Management of the content lifecycle
    5. 5. Archiving , access management , metadata , indexing , search
    6. 6. Publication , localisation , aggregation , navigation </li></ul>
    7. 7. Enterprise CMS <ul><li>Authentication
    8. 8. Reliability
    9. 9. Scalability
    10. 10. Integration
    11. 11. Import/Export </li></ul>
    12. 12. Open Source CMS
    13. 13. Open Source CMS <ul><li>Same open source license as Linux
    14. 14. Avoid vendor lock-in and expensive licenses
    15. 15. Predictable future
    16. 16. Freedom to innovate </li></ul>
    17. 17. Owned and Protected
    18. 18. Owned and Protected <ul><li>Plone Foundation owns and protects all intellectual property and trademarks </li></ul>
    19. 19. Standards Compliant
    20. 20. Standards Compliant <ul><li>Outstanding search engine visibility
    21. 21. Works in all major browsers
    22. 22. Javascript gracefully degrades for browsers that don't have javascript
    23. 23. Supports OpenID for authentication
    24. 24. Works with them all— LDAP , SQL , SOAP , Web Services ( WSDL ) and WebDAV
    25. 25. Pluggable authentication — easy integration with LDAP, Active Directory, SQL databases, Salesforce and Gmail. </li></ul>
    26. 26. Accessibility Compliant
    27. 27. Accessibility Compliant <ul><li>U.S. Government Section 508
    28. 28. W3C's WAI-AA
    29. 29. All JavaScript usage comes with fallback modes that work in any web browser </li></ul>
    30. 30. Secure
    31. 31. Secure <ul><li>Granular role-based security model
    32. 32. Sandbox architecture ensures that intruders will not have access to your server or your network
    33. 33. Very few CVE entries </li></ul>
    34. 34. Easy To Get Started
    35. 35. Easy To Get Started <ul><li>Point-and-click install
    36. 36. Great usability
    37. 37. Powerful rich-text editor
    38. 38. Built-in image resizing
    39. 39. Instant full-text indexing
    40. 40. Workflow
    41. 41. Speed & scalability
    42. 42. Syndicate & aggregate </li></ul>
    43. 43. International
    44. 44. International <ul><li>Translated into 40 languages
    45. 45. Designed for multilingual content management
    46. 46. Handles Chinese , Japanese, and right-to-left languages such as Arabic and Hebrew </li></ul>
    47. 47. Stable and Growing
    48. 48. Stable and Growing <ul><li>Around for over eight years
    49. 49. 1 million downloads and counting
    50. 50. Active and healthy community </li></ul>
    51. 51. Documentation & Support
    52. 52. Documentation & Support <ul><li>Hundreds of how-tos & tutorials on plone.org
    53. 53. Screencasts
    54. 54. 10 published books </li></ul>
    55. 55. What You Can Do With Plone <ul><li>Websites, Extranets, Intranets
    56. 56. E-Commerce
    57. 57. Project Management
    58. 58. Workflow Management
    59. 59. Blogs, Podcasting, Videocasting
    60. 60. Social Networking
    61. 61. Collaborative Workspaces </li></ul>
    62. 62. What's New in Plone 4 <ul><li>Faster
    63. 63. Large-file storage support
    64. 64. Simplified theming
    65. 65. Better rich-text editor </li></ul>
    66. 66. Some Organisations Using Plone <ul><li>www.treasury.govt.nz
    67. 67. www.companies.govt.nz
    68. 68. www.auditnz.govt.nz
    69. 69. www.natlib.govt.nz
    70. 70. www.kordia.co.nz
    71. 71. www.sbs.net.nz
    72. 72. www.centreport.co.nz </li></ul>
    73. 73. For More Information <ul><li>Plone.org
    74. 74. Plone.net
    75. 75. World Plone Day brochure </li></ul>
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