Content Management System (CMS) Service
Content Management Systems (CMS) Service is a centrally managed environment for hosting and maintaining custom-developed website content. CMS users have the ability to store information, control versioning, and publish material through a web application. Content Managers use CMS tools to help users manage and control web content by identifying key users and their content management roles, assigning roles and responsibilities to different content categories or types, defining the content work-flow tasks, handling event messaging to alert content managers of changes in content tracks, managing multiple versions of a single instance of content, and providing many other essential web maintenance functions.
CIT will assist with all aspects of implementing CMS services in your organization such as with initial planning, template development, integrating data with existing applications and databases, migrating existing content, training for authors and users, and ongoing monitoring and operations. CMS is migrating to SharePoint Server 2010 and integrating with current SharePoint offering.
This service is available to all NIH customers and to other customers outside of NIH.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Our IC is responsible for the peer review and administration of grants. These activities require sharing of a large number of documents, updating the documents, and being able to have version control. Would this type of activity to suitable for CMS service?
A: CMS is the ideal vehicle for sharing material I within your IC. Through CMS, you can assign roles and responsibilities, and there is an automatic versioning control capability.
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