When deploying a CMS across the whole organisation, the rule is: the more users, the simpler (and more usable) the system should be.
Archives for content management systems
There are three clear phases to the adoption of a content management system. The activities and spending patterns during these phases needs to be understood,…
While the goal of interoperability between content management systems (CMS) is very important, it is limited by the lack of implemented standards.
The unspoken truth is that workflow often doesn’t work well in practice, leading to the question: is workflow the wrong metaphor?
Implementing a CMS is not easy. Our experience has shown that there are five key aspects that must be addressed as part of the deployment…
The requirement for self-sufficiency should be addressed by all organisations looking to purchase a content management system.
Consider presenting requirements in ‘narrative’ format, as this provides a more complete description of needs, and gives much-needed context to vendors responding to the tender.
Open-source CMS has now matured to the point where it should be considered alongside commercial products, but is not without its weaknesses and issues.
This briefing provides an at-a-glance definition of terms for a range of information systems, including CMS, DMS and RMS.
In the context of limited budgets and timetables, organisations must identify the most uncertain aspects of a CMS project, and concentrate management efforts on them.