CMS2005 Enterprise.NET Content Management System v5.2 Available
Tectonic Concepts announced the release of CMS2005 Enterprise.NET, Content Management System v5.2. The combination of Windows Server 2003, Microsoft SQL Server, and the Microsoft .NET Framework with the CMS2005 architecture will enable businesses to deploy and update information on Web sites. Tectonic Concepts has developed its Content Management applications on the Microsoft platform and can now provide its customers with improvements in the time and overall costs associated with deploying and maintaining Web sites, intranets, and business portals. Enterprise organizations leveraging CMS2005 on the Microsoft platform with .NET technologies also benefit from allowing content authors and Web developers the ability to act on vital information anywhere, from any smart device, with little to no programming knowledge.
CMS2005 Enterprise.NET offers a Word-style WYSIWYG editor, spell checking, content check-in/check-out, independent storage of staging and live content, automated content and file distribution across load-balanced Web sites, content restoration, and much more.
In addition, CMS2005 Enterprise.NET allows for various administrative permission levels, including publishing, approving, viewing, deleting, and adding/changing privileges. CMS2005 also includes a built-in notification and workflow process that allows for individuals to be notified when information has been submitted either by specific sections, or pages, or for the entire site and is ready for approval or to be published.
Key features include: security based on the .NET environment; content caching; browser-based, Word-like HTML authoring; flexible approval processes; content versioning and audit trails; content-level authoring permissions for content authoring and approval options; Web calendar and other template controls; and Web services integration for content deployment across multiple Web sites and environments.
Tectonic Concepts, LLC
Price: See Web site.
Web Site: http://www.cms2005.com