The Definitive Guide to Interwoven TeamSite is the first comprehensive book about this enterprise-level content management system (CMS). Divided into five parts, it guides you through the Interwoven TeamSite architecture, key features, and detailed implementation. The book presents material using the Rational Unified Process as a development framework and project methodology. Each part of the book introduces the concepts and TeamSite features that you will need to understand in order to carry out each aspect of the project. Complete with a working implementation and numerous visual guides, the book painstakingly covers the project process. The authors also include a crucial case-study of a fictitious financial services firm. Throughout the book, the authors share key development strategies, deployment principles, best practices, and insider tips that they have gained over many years of working in enterprise CMS environments at many different Fortune 500 implementations. The foreword for this book is written by Russell Nakano, who was a principal consultant and co-founder of Interwoven, author of Web Content Management: A Collaborative Approach, and who is the current president and co-founder of Nahava, Inc. The authors also discuss future product releases, including LiveSite, MetaTagger, and SaleSite. They share the future product vision of Interwoven and TeamSite in the epilogue.By allowing the CMS to manage validation, check spelling, and apply correct style sheets, then typos and badly ... End oflifefor an existing data maintenance tool: Organizations change standards in their software all the time. ... However, a CMS can greatly reduce your content maintenance and streamline your daily content operations for a lot ofyour content. ... maintain in the CMS, while not restricting content updates significantly or content that does not have a predefined template, weanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Definitive Guide to Interwoven TeamSite|
|Author||:||Brian Hastings, Justin McNeal|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2006-07-31|