CMS stands for Content Management System. A Web CMS is used to create, edit, manage, search and publish various kinds of content on a webpage, including text, images and digital media. A CMS does not require a user to have knowledge of HTML or CSS scripting. Instead, the focus is on developing rich and up-to-date content.
The UBCMS system uses an application called Adobe Experience Manager.
Improved authors experience
- ease of use regardless of technical competency
Web management features
- ability to assign individuals and groups specific roles and responsibilities, allowing access only to particular content
- definition of workflow tasks to ensure content is approved before publishing
Leveraging our work
- separation of presentation from content so materials can be repurposed and shared
- ability to track and manage multiple versions of a single instance of content, ensuring accuracy
- content syndication, enriching multiple sites
Improved user experience
- templates and components that allow for flexibility in presentation, while retaining a consistent user and brand experience
- consistency in navigation with a friendly user experience
- centralized servers and applications along with secure systems administration