Content Management System: Application in Web 2.0 Case Study

Content Management System: Application in Web 2.0
A case study on the role and importance of the content management system on Web 2.0.
# 119152 | 5,775 words | 25 sources | APA | 2009 | CA


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Description:

This paper discusses and defines the concept of the content management system within the context of the World Wide Web. The concept is broken down in three separate parts: content, management, and system. The subsections discussed include Web content management (WCM), and enterprise content management (ECM).

Table of Contents:
Executive Summary
Introduction
Enterprise Content Management System
Functions
Benefits
Findings
Web Content Management System
Brief Cast Study
Introduction
Methodology
Findings
Enterprise 2.0
Concept
Blog and Podcast
Wiki
RSS
Social Networking
Social ranking, voting, and collaborative filtering
Social Bookmarking
Implementation of System Project
Project Development
Project Management
Recommended strategically practices

From the Paper:

"Combined all of three above, content management system can be defined as a tool that enables a variety of technical and non-technical staff to create, edit, publish content like text, video, and documents under the management of a centralized set of rules, process and workflows that ensure coherent, validated electronic content (Portal CMS Solutions, n.d.).
"The content management system improves both the usability and flexibility of the process of content management. It helps users to archive, manage, control the content and let them aware of where it is. By doing so, it also let users to work the way they want to work and behind the scene, organizations have the control of those information. This is great for both the user perspective as well as administrator perspective. There are various nomenclatures known in this area: Web content management, Enterprise content management, Document content management and so on. The bottom line for these systems is managing content and publishing, with a workflow if required (Wikipedia: CMS, 2009)."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Agent. (2009, July 5). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 18:45, July 5, 2009, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Agent&oldid=300450349
  • AIIM, 2009. Association for Information and Image Management. Retrieved July 27, 2009, from http://www.aiim.org/What-is-ECM-Enterprise-Content-Management.aspx
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