At the J. Boye Philadelphia 2010 conference, the J. Boye concept of ‘communities of practice’ is taken a step further. Web and interactive professionals meet in an ‘unconference’ designed to let them share insights, generate ideas, and make connections in an informal, vendor-free setting. This year, Janus asked attendees to jot down the questions they’ve been thinking about so far in 2010. Here’s what people were wondering about content management systems.
- What work needs to be done going from no CMS to SharePoint to configure, plan, arrange for migration of content so that it is then targeted, searchable, effective, etc. (and from cleaning up the content)?
- How can CMS platforms improve such that upfront time/money/effort is reduced (e.g., new features, different approaches, better knowledge, etc.)?
- How does a Web CMS vendor differentiate itself in a saturated market?
Web Content Management–Now It’s Your Turn
What’s on your mind this year in terms of your CMS? Have you been having concerns like the ones above, or different ones? Any answers or insights so far? Let us know below.