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Part I: Connections > Incorporating Content Management Systems

Chapter 1. Incorporating Content Management Systems

For many in business, the phrase content management system (CMS) has almost a magical ring. Managers look to content management to get a handle on the vast amount of information that a company must output and utilize— simultaneously lowering costs and return on investment (ROI). Contributors—writers and editors—want a CMS that will simplify their workflow and let them concentrate on the content rather than the presentation of the material. Publishers, including Web designers and developers, need a system that allows them to focus on the look and feel of the site, regardless of the content.

As the flood of information continues to rise, more organizations are considering purchasing or developing a CMS. What is Dreamweaver’s role in a content management system?


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