IT2032PAContent Management System (CMS) Nitec in Social Media & Web Technology
Proprietary & Open Source CMSIn this chapter, you will learn: o Identify a few notable proprietary list of CMS o Identify a few notable open source list of CMS o Identify the appropriate CMS in accordance to user specifications
Proprietary CMSBenefits: o Support • you will have access to a team who knows the CMS code inside and out o Setup • Hire a 3rd party company offering the CMS setup
Proprietary CMSDrawbacks: o Licensing Fees • pay a licensing fee or at least setup fee o Tied to proprietary developer • rely on the company to create upgrades and new features o Developer feeds • support is readily available but with a price
Popular Proprietary CMSAdobe® CQ o foundation of the Adobe Web Experience Management (WEM) solution o provides digital marketers with easy-to-use web- based applications o provides integration with of Adobe Digital Marketing Suite
Popular Proprietary CMSMicrosoft SharePoint o typically associated with web and doc mgt systems o much broader platform of web technologies, o capable of being configured to suit a wide range of solution areas o designed as a central application platform for common enterprise web requirements
Popular Proprietary CMSIBM Enterprise Content Management o It strength lies on: • Advanced case • Defensible disposal, management, • Document management, • Document imaging and • eDiscovery, capture, • Enterprise report • Social content management, management, • Enterprise search, • Content Analytics, • Records and retention management • Information lifecycle governance, • Archiving Classification,
Open Source CMSThe most popular Open Source CMS run onPHP (a scripting language well-suit for webdevelopment that can be imbedded into HTML)Open source (OS) programs can be used byanyone for any purpose and do not require youto purchase a license
Open Source CMSBenefits o Cheaper; o No license fees, o No fees for upgrades, o No contracts to sign o No long-term commitments.
Open Source CMSBenefits o Best benefit: They practically work "right out of the box." o Countless free modules, plugins, and complimentary tools o Countless free themes (skins) o simple to optimize for search engines
Popular Open Source CMSDrupal A free and open-source content management system (CMS) and content management framework (CMF) o used as a back-end system for at least 1.5% of all websites worldwide o used for knowledge management and business collaboration o Org that uses Drupal • AT&T, McDonalds, Duke and Standford Universities, Symantic, Fiju, Linux Foundation
Popular Open Source CMSJoomla! A free and open source content management framework (CMF) for publishing content on the WWW and intranets o Written in PHP o uses object-oriented programming (OOP) techniques o stores data in a MySQL o Org that uses Drupal • AT&T, McDonalds, Duke and Standford Universities, Symantic, Fiju, Linux Foundation
Popular Open Source CMSJoomla! A free and open source content management framework (CMF) for publishing content on the WWW and intranets o Written in PHP o uses object-oriented programming (OOP) techniques o stores data in a MySQL o Org that uses Joomla! • Olympus, Porsche, Sprint and Vodafone
Popular Open Source CMSJoomla! o Includes features such as: o page caching, o RSS feeds, o printable versions of pages, o news flashes, o blogs, o polls, o search, o support for language internationalization
Popular Open Source CMSWordPress A free and open source blogging tool and a dynamic CMS based on PHP and MySQL. o features such as plug-in architecture and a template system o most popular CMS in use for personal websites, blogs, small businesses o Companies that use WordPress : • About.com, Ford, People Magazine, Sony, CNN, eBay, Wired, and even Yahoo!
Popular Open Source CMSTYPO3 is suitable for enterprise websites and for intranets. o can be extended through extra ready-made modules o design of is template-based o webmaster can create templates using TypoScript.
CMS Consideration1. Core functionality o Test the system for usability2. The HTML Editor o is the interface through which content is added and amended. o does not give content providers control over the appearance o editor should be able to handle external assets • images and downloadable files
CMS Consideration3. Managing assets o Look for CMS that provides basic image editing tools (cropping, resizing and rotating) o Consider on how it deals with attachment and downloading of files4. Search o Freshness | Thoroughness | Speed | Scope, Ranking | Customization
CMS Consideration5. Customization o content’s presentation should not be dictated by technology o Flexibility makes a CMS stand out6. User interaction o functionality such as chat, forums, comments and ratings
CMS Consideration7. Roles and permissions o content’s presentation should not be dictated by technology o Flexibility makes a CMS stand out8. Versioning o Being able to revert to a previous version of a page page allows you to quickly recover is something went wrong.
CMS Consideration9. Multiple website support o having the flexibility to run multiple websites is important10.Multilingual support o ability to add multiple languages