knowledge of the content management systems
used by WHO (desirable);
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For years, organizations have utilized enterprise content management systems
to store and archive vast amounts of valuable business documents and reports related to operations, customers and suppliers.
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Pullman and Gu (English, Georgia State U.) and 13 contributing academics and professional writers explore the complexities and construction of content management systems
Furthermore, the content management and communication functionality in e-learning platforms is typically restricted and often inferior when compared with the more general implementations available in Web content management systems
. Since content management systems
(CMS) offer more general and more robust functions for managing content, we argue that e-learning platforms should be based on content management systems
Those who work in content management systems
(CMSs) know that the content creation process can often be time-consuming and unwieldy.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-3 April 2008-Atex Group Ltd acquires Swedish content management systems
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Modera said it plans to introduce version 4.5 and Pro at Internet World 2007 in order to demonstrate that its software is able to deliver content management systems
with increased control at affordable prices.
According to Wilkoff (as cited in Kaplan, 2002), "It's no longer strictly about Web content--it's just as much about managing users who are involved in the content process as it is about managing the content." In order to meet user expectations, content management systems
should offer the following capabilities: repository management and version control, with check-out/check-in features; delegated administrative capabilities; search; workflow process control; authoring, template creation, and file transfer processes (Arnold, 2003; Jenkins, Kohler, & Shackleton, 2006; & Kaplan, 2002).
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