Content Management Systems
As popular websites require frequent updates from many, CMS – content management systems have been developed to facilitate publishing of content. Many different roles can be set up allowing a business to have an admin, an editor, authors, and subscribers, each with their own limits on the placement and publishing of content. This is especially helpful when you want to engage your users and visitors, and solicit comments. Comments, bios, stories, documents, pictures, and videos from visitors often make the most interesting content in fact.
Give user the ability to post their view of their world and they will.
CMS systems such as Drupal and Wordpress make it very simple to manage the publishing process in a collaborative environment.
A good CMS will:
- >> Allow for a large number of people to contribute to and share stored data
- >> Control access to data, based on user roles (defining which information users or user groups can view, edit, publish, etc.)
- >> Aid in easy storage and retrieval of data
- >> Reduce repetitive duplicate input
- >> Store data in the correct format and location, organized by the owner
- >> Offer many various plugins allowing for easy customization
- >> Improve the ease of report writing
- >> Improve communication between users