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Share your experiences using OmniUpdate CMS
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Multi-tasking and constant interruptions are inevitable when working in higher ed. The Notes Gadget can help.
An annual website assessment should comprise a routine checkup on basic performance measures, systems, and overall progress.
A content management system is a multi-year investment, so do your due diligence on systems and providers before you commit.
Establishing a Google Analytics routine will help you get familiar with the system, spot anomalies, identify trends as they start to develop, and determine what you want to learn from your data.
If your institution is evaluating CMS options, encourage your web team to consider a SaaS delivery model. Going this route can save money and hassle without sacrificing.
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Is your college or university president involved in your institution’s CMS selection process? Share this checklist
With stricter federal regulations about how technology is managed in higher ed, schools can no longer afford to wait until they have dollars and resources to act.
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