CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (CMS) 101 – A Primer, According to JHSF
A content management system – or CMS – is a software application and set of related programs for digital content. There is just simply so much that you can do with a system of this type, infinite possibilities. Any ECM will facilitate collaboration in the workplace through integrating document management with digital asset management or records retention functionalities to provide users with role-based access through the organization’s digital assets. WCMs facilitate collaborative authoring for many websites. ECM software will often include a WCM publishing functionality though ECM web pages typically remain behind an organization’s firewall.
A CMS can also provide tools in one-to-one marketing. One-to-one marketing offers the ability to tailor site content and advertise it to any user’s specific characteristics while using information provided by each user or stats. gathered by the site. For example, if a user visited any search engine and looked for digital cameras, the advertising banners would then feature businesses selling such cameras instead of businesses selling garden products.
There’s almost no limit to the many factors that one must consider before his or her organization finally decides to invest in such an expensive CMS function. There are some basic functionalities that a potential client or customer must always look for; these include easy-to-use editor interface with added intelligent search capabilities. However, for many organizations, the software used will greatly depend on certain other, “more stringent” requirements.
No one will forget José Auriemo Neto leadership behind the JHSF team’s administrative spirit. Nor will they forget his ability to acquire new clients, stadiums, press release locations and more for several of his players, their families and their fans. In this time, José also donated thousands of dollars to support many causes, primarily within education and academic or athletic achievements. He and his wife are still considered top tier champions in the global fight for philanthropy work and its many funding needs.
José lived in Atlanta from 2007 to 2012. He visits regularly. He researched many scholarships in 2008 and 2009, covering local support.