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Title: Content Creation, Access and Management Processes in the Digital Era with few Websites of International Content Management Systems
Authors: Kaliammal, A
Thamaraiselvi, G
Keywords: Content Management System
Digital Contents
Issue Date: Nov-2004
Publisher: INFLIBNET Center
Abstract: As the supply of information grows more and more comprehensive, the complexity in handling it also grows. The need for reliable Content Management System (CMS) becomes more and more obvious. A Content Management System allows content to be stored, retrieved, edited, updated, controlled, then output in a variety of ways such that the incremental cost of each update cycle and output production shrinks dramatically over time. Since the amount of information is emerging day to day at a tremendous speed, to find particular information in the mist of information explosion is very difficult and so there is an urgent need for content or knowledge management and services to be adopted in Libraries. Content management is as set of tasks and processes for managing content explicitly targeted for publication throughout its life from creation to archive. CMS are essential for large or even small scale projects which involve the capture of creation of digital assets and is necessary for the creation of any basic Web sites. This paper explains about the concepts of content management, its components, needs and advantages. How the contents can be created, accessed and managed in the digital environment have also been discussed in this paper.
ISBN: 81-900825-8-2
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