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  • Enterprise content management is vital to most companies’ operations but many still don’t understand what it means or what it delivers.Some organisations may already have multiple content management implementations generally, in disparate systems from multiple vendors across the organisation.These systems may have accumulated over the approximately 15 years that content management technology has been available.Many of these implementations have resulted from mergers and acquisitions, as well as from isolated departmental decisions.Since the introduction of tighter corporate governance obligations, regulatory compliance, quality control, and many other fundamentals – there is an increasing recognition within all industries that sound information management has a greater role to play than ever before.Web and Portal Content ManagementCorporate web sites, ExtranetsCollaborative DevelopmentSales, Product Development, Issue ResolutionOn Demand PublishingMarketing Materials, Journals, Annual ReportsComplianceStandard Operating Procedures, Regulatory SubmissionsRecords ManagementEmail Archive, Invoices, Certificates, Public DocumentsDocument ManagementSpecifications, Proposals, Contracts, ManualsDigital Asset ManagementPhotos, Videos, GIS, EngineeringImage ManagementAccounts Receivable, Contracts, Citations
  • Wcms2009Open Source Web Content Management System

    1. 1. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE FOR CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Umesha Naik & Dr. D. Shivalingaiah Lecturer Professor umeshai@yahoo.com d_shivaling@yahoo.com Department of Library & Information Science Mangalore University Mangalagangothri – 574 199
    2. 2. Session Agenda Web Content  Content - Formats  Content Management System (CMS)  Enterprise Content Management (ECM)  Web Content Management System (WCMS)  Web Content Management System features  Types of Web Content Management  Content Management System Software  Open Source CMS software  Free CMS software  Free/Open Source CMS software  Conclusion 
    3. 3. Web Content Content broadly as 'the stuff in the Web site.' This may include documents, data, applications, e-services, images, audio and video files, personal Web pages, archived e-mail messages, and more. And include future stuff as well as present stuff.quot;
    4. 4. Content: Formats Text (HTML, ASCII)  Binary objects (software)  Graphics  Images  WYSIWYG documents  PDF  Multimedia presentations  Digital audio, video  More bandwidth – more media rich content 
    5. 5. The CM Process The digital content lifecycle: create, update,  publish, translate, archive, and retire. CM is a collaborative effort and it consists of  basic roles and responsibilities. (www.wikipedia.org)
    6. 6. What is a CMS A Content Management System (CMS) is a  computer application used to create, edit, manage, search and publish various kinds of digital media and electronic text. CMSs are frequently used for storing,  controlling, versioning, and publishing industry- specific documentation such as news articles, operators' manuals, technical manuals, sales guides, and marketing brochures.
    7. 7. What is a CMS Cont.. CMS is a web application designed to make it  easy for non-technical users to add, edit and, well, manage a website.  Not only do CMS help website users with content editing, they also take care of a lot of quot;behind the scenesquot; work such as: Automatically generate navigation elements  Making content searchable and indexable  Keeping track of users, their permissions  and security settings And much, much more.   Examples of CMS software: Movable Type, Drupal, SocialText, Interwoven, etc… (www.wikipedia.org)
    8. 8. Definition of Web CMS A CMS is an automated system used to manage the  content of a web site. Typically, a CMS consists of two elements:   the content management application (CMA) and  the content delivery application (CDA). The CMA element allows non-technical content  managers or authors to manage the creation, modification, and removal of content from a web site. The CDA element uses and compiles that information to  update (publish to) the web site. They can either produce static web pages, or can be dynamic—where content is pulled together on the fly when a user requests a page. The features of a CMS system vary, but most include  web-based publishing, format management, revision control, and indexing, search, and retrieval.
    9. 9. Features of a CMS Automated templates: Create standard output templates in HTML that can be automatically applied to new and existing content, allowing the appearance of all that content to be changed from one central place Editable content: Once content is separated from the visual presentation of a site, it usually becomes much easier to edit and manipulate Workflow management: A content creator can submit a story, but it is not published till approval and editing are done by the necessary authorities Document management: Managing the life cycle of a document from initial creation time, publication, and archive and document destruction Identification: of all key users and their content management roles, as well as the ability to assign roles and responsibilities to different content categories or types
    10. 10. Enterprise Content Management (ECM) According to AIIM Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is comprised of the technologies used to capture, manage, store, preserve, and deliver content and documents related to organizational processes. ECM tools and strategies allow the management of an organization’s unstructured information, wherever that information exists. Association for Information and Image Management. 2006
    11. 11. ECM E S Database Management I Business Content Management R Forms Management and Processing PTT Customer Relationship Management RNN Content Provision and Creation EEE Electronic Document Management TT Business Process Automation Document Scanning and Imaging N N EM Content Security Content Categorisation EO Records Management C AG Personalisation Document Management Content Syndication N Content Delivery Web Publishing Management A Document Archival and Retrieval Digital Asset Management M Information Management Corporate Portals Digital Rights Management Online Collaboration Knowledge Management
    12. 12. Applications of ECM Web and Portal Content Management  Collaborative Development  On Demand Publishing  Compliance  Records Management  Document Management  Digital Asset Management  Image Management  12
    13. 13. What is a WCMS Wikipedia “A Web Content Management System (WCMS or Web CMS) is CMS software, usually implemented as a Web application, for creating and managing HTML content. It is used to manage and control a large, dynamic collection of Web material (HTML documents and their associated images). A WCMS facilitates content creation, content control, editing, and many essential Web maintenance functions.”
    14. 14. “Unlike Web-site builders like Microsoft FrontPage or Adobe Dreamweaver, a WCMS allows non-technical users to make changes to an existing website with little or no training. A WCMS typically requires an experienced coder to set up and add features, but is primarily a Web-site maintenance tool for non-technical administrators.”
    15. 15. WCM Modern web site implementations are architected with two distinct sets of capabilities – creation and maintenance of the content and delivery of the content to the target audiences. Creation and maintenance of web content is called Web Content Management (WCM) and is a relatively new discipline in the history of web technology.
    16. 16. WCMS Features Automated templates  Scalable feature sets  Web standards upgrades  Workflow management  Document management  Content virtualization 
    17. 17. Types of Web Content Management a. Offline processing  b. Online processing  c. Hybrid Systems 
    18. 18. The strategy of Web Content Management Identifying content requirements  Creating consistently structured content for  reuse Managing content in a definitive source  Ensuring content complies with corporate and  government standards and guidelines Assembling content on demand to meet your  customers' needs
    19. 19. Content Management Tools Open Source CMS software S.N Software Type License OS Platform Database 1 Bricolage CMS BSD MP PERL PostgreSQL 2 Cherry CMS GNU MP PHP MySQL 3 Daisy CMS AL MP Java MySQL 4 DSpace DC BSD MP Java, PERL Web Access Server 5 e107 CMS GNU MP PHP MySQL 6 Fedora DC ECL Linux XML,API Web Access Server 7 Frog CMS CMS AGPL3 MP PHP5 MySQL/SQLite 8 Greenstone DC GNU MP JAVA Web Access Server 9 Jojo CMS GNU MP PHP - 10 MiaCMS CMS GNU 2 MP PHP, JAVA MySQL 11 Midgard CMF LGPL LM PHP MySQL
    20. 20. Content Management Tools Open Source CMS software SL.N Software Type License OS Platform Database 12 oneCMS CMS GNU MP PHP MySQL 13 OpenCms CMS GNU MP Java, XML PostgreSQL 14 phpCMS CMS GNU MP PHP Flat-file database 15 PHP-Fusion CMS AGPL MP PHP MySQL 16 PhpWCMS CMS GNU MP PHP MySQL 17 razorCMS CMS GNU - PHP Flat-file database 18 TangoCMS CMS GNU 2 MP PHP MySQL 19 TGS CM WCM GNU MP PHP MySQL 20 TikiWiki CMS LGPL MP PHP MySQL 21 WebGUI CMS GNU MP PERL MySQL 22 Zena CMS MIT MP Ruby MySQL 23 Opus (CMS) CMS GNU MP PHP MySQL
    21. 21. Content Management Tools Free CMS software S.N Software Type License OS Platform Database 1 aqua CMS CMS GNU MP PHP MySQL 2 Cambio CMS GNU MP PHP MySQL 3 CMSimple CMS AGPL MP PHP Flat-file database 4 Quick CMS CCA 2.5 MP PHP Flat-file database 5 Radiant CMS MIT MP Ruby MySQL/PostgreSQL 6 Scoop CMS GNU MP PERL MySQL 7 SPIP CMS GNU - PHP MySQL 8 whCMS CMS GNU MP PHP MySQL 9 Xaraya CMS GNU MP PHP/ XML MySQL 10 XOOPS CMS GNU MP PHP MySQL 11 Zikula WCM BSD PHP/Smarty PostgreSQL/MySQL
    22. 22. Content Management Tools Free/Open Source CMS software S.N Software Type License OS Platform Database 1 Alfresco ECM GPL MP Java, JSP PostgreSQL 2 Apache Lenya CMS AL J2P Java, XML - 3 CiviCRM CMS - MP PHP MySQL 4 Cyclone3 CMS GNU MP PERL MySQL 5 dotCMS CMS GNU MP Java PostgreSQL 6 Drupal CMS GNU MP PHP MySQL 7 eZ Publish CMS GNU MP PHP MySQL 8 ImpressCMS CMS GNU MP PHP MySQL 9 Joomla CMS GNU MP PHP MySQL 10 Mambo CMS GNU MP PHP MySQL 11 MODx CMS GNU MP PHP MySQL 12 Nuxeo ECM LGPL MP Java EE PostgreSQL 13 Nuxeo CPS CMS GNU MP Python ZODB 14 Plone CMS GNU MP Python MySQL/PostgreSQL 15 PyLucid CMS GNU 3 MP Python MySQL/PostgreSQL 16 SilverStripe CMS BSD MP PHP MySQL 17 TYPO3 CMS GNU MP PHP MySQL
    23. 23. AGPL Affero General Public License AL Apache License 2.0 API Application Programming Interfaces BSD Berkeley Software Distribution CCA Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 CMF Content Management Framework CPL Common Public Attribution License DC Digital Content ECL Educational Community License EMS Enterprise content management GNU GPL General Public License J2P Java 2 Platform LGPL GNU Lesser General Public License LM Linux/Macintosh MP Multi-Platform ZODE The Zope Object Database
    24. 24. Conclusion • It has many facets including enterprise content management, WCM, content syndication and digital or media asset management. A CCM system is concerned with the content within documents. It can locate and link content at any level of organization, and it is used to build publications out of re-usable fragments of content. A brief summary of content management tools distributed under open software licenses shows the existence of a large number of these offering a variety of capabilities and orientations. It also summarizes, their technical architecture based on the triad made up of web server, programming language interpreter and database manager.
    25. 25. Thank you! Any questions?