If a CMS is not usable then it will not be successfully used by authors, and this can be assessed during product selection.
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Organisations often make the selection of a CMS much harder than it needs to be. They do this by running into common pitfalls that impact…
Organisations are almost always better served by separating out the design and the CMS, and sourcing these from different providers.
How good are the search capabilities built into CMS products, and when should you make use of them?
We are looking for the product that is the best fit to the organisation’s needs. What is rarely recognised, however, is that while we are…
One of the greatest fears when selecting a new CMS is that the vendor will go bust, but more must be done that just purchasing…
The requirement for self-sufficiency should be addressed by all organisations looking to purchase a content management system.
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.
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.
There are two main publishing models used by content management systems: dynamic and batch publishing, and each has its strengths and weaknesses.