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Web site management

The administration and control of the hardware and software used in a Web site. There are a variety of monitoring and analysis tools that report on usage, missing links and files as well as performance, all of which keeps a site intact and running smoothly.
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Both products also give a company the option of adding more modules to scale up the web site management as and when the needs of the business increases.
In other cases, specific procedures will need to be in place that direct information technology (IT) personnel to capture records into a Web site management system that will, in turn, transfer records to a recordkeeping system.
WebChallenger is the industry's first and only software product to address the full spectrum of web site management issues from the network layer up to the application layer.
Designed to simplify the process of web site management to enable users to turn static sites into fully interactive business tools, the new product features a web site wizard that allows web administrators to determine the content of the web site without specific HTML, Notes or Domino knowledge.
DIGEX's position as a Web Site Management provider, rather than mere Web hosting service, reflects the increased demands of electronic commerce and DIGEX's determination to help our customers drive value from it more quickly and easily," said Christopher McCleary, President and Chief Executive Officer of DIGEX.
1 product suite, and a Computerworld Innovative Technology award in the web site management category.
E[acute accent]CM4all is pleased to announce that Brinkster Communications Corporation has added the CM4all WebsiteCreator to its Web hosting and Web site management offerings for individuals, small to medium sized businesses, and Web developers.