This is a book about content management, with an emphasis on Web content. Written by the leading visionary in the field, Web Content Management: A Collaborative Approach presents the principles, practices, and mindset involved in web content management.
This is a book about content management, with an emphasis on Web content. More specifically, it's about developing, managing, maintaining and deploying Web content solutions across the enterprise. Learn the core issues of collaborative development, including versioning and managing concurrent changes.
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Released September 2001. Publisher(s): Addison-Wesley Professional. The content management strategy described in this book is unique because it combines three critical components: processes, technology, and people. In addition, this book provides practical real-life examples and scenarios. John Wegis, Software Development Manager, Kana Software.
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A web content management system can support and enhance certain processes because of automation, including document . Nakano, Russell (2002). Web content management: a collaborative approach.
A web content management system can support and enhance certain processes because of automation, including document management, templates, and workflow management. However, the absence of well defined roles and process governance will greatly dilute the effectiveness of any technology intended to augment/enhance the publishing process overall. Boston: Addison Wesley Professional. pp. 222. ISBN 0-201-65782-1.
Web-based LCMSs are increasingly utilized across medical universities on an international scale. We propose an approach to the retrieval of entities that have a specific relationship with the entity given in a query. An initial candidate list of entities, extracted from top ranked documents retrieved for the query, is refined using a number of statistical and linguistic methods.
Today's Web sites require powerful content management solutions that address workflow, usability, deployment, flexibility, scalability, and many other make-or-break issues. This is the first book to cover every aspect of content management for the large-scale or growing site. It offers Web professionals a complete blueprint for developing, deploying, managing, maintaining, and evolving enterprise-class sites with the greatest business value - at the lowest cost.
Russell Nakano is Principal Consultant and co-founder of Interwoven, In. the market leader in Web content infrastructure solutions.
Throughout the book, the core issues of collaborative development, including versioning and managing concurrent changes are discussed. The author reveals a solution framework used by many Fortune 1000 companies details a step-by-step process for designing and implementing a content infrastructure, including a workflow architecture and a task-based deployment methodology. Russell Nakano is Principal Consultant and co-founder of Interwoven, In.