"While it's generally not the primary justification for implementing a new web CMS, it's almost inevitable that doing so will lead to changes in your consumer-facing web design regardless of what your current site architecture may be. That…"
"My reference was primarily to out-of-the-box open source software that could meet your needs with standard plug-ins, themes, and templates, etc. Some of those solutions are now quite highly evolved and well supported so they can do quite a lot…"
"One of the most important considerations is determining whether and what kind of CMS you need is a realistic number of expected users, as in content contributors and reviewers.The number of pages isn't particularly relevant as a decisive factor…"
Oct 12, 2011
Glen Beltt is now a member of University Web Developers
This group will explore the future of the higher education web profession. What are the implications for our profession when you combine the current financial conditions with the ongoing (r)evolution of higher education?See More
Have your say in the 2nd Annual T4 Higher Education web survey and be in with a chance to win £/$/€ 100 Amazon voucher. It's open to all IT & Marketing professionals who work in Higher Education & it only takes 2 minutes; enter here. See More