A content management system (CMS) is a computer program that publishing, editing and maintenance as well as a central interface allows modifying the content. To manage workflow processes such as content management systems provide a collaborative environment. These procedures can be manual step or an automatic cascade.
The first content management system (CMS) 1990s.CMS platforms were announced at the end of the users data, editing and publishing an interface on the back end to allow modifications to centralize.
Features of CMS :-
The main function of the information on the web content management system sites.CMS facilities vary widely from system to system. Exhibit a handful of simple system, while the other releases, especially enterprise systems, offering more complex and powerful functions. Most CMS Web-based publishing, format management, revision control, indexing, search, and retrieval are included. CMS version number increment when new updates are added to the already existing file. A CMS documents, movies, pictures, phone numbers, scientific data which can serve as a central repository.
WCMS (Web content management system) :-
A web content management system (WCMS)
is a bundle or a stand-alone application to create, manage, store and deploy content on Web pages. Web content text and embedded graphics, photos, video, audio, and code (for example) the content or applications that the user interacts with the TV displays.Usually HTML based web content, files, documents, and allow control functions based on the customer's web hosting plan and the system niche depth CMSs.
ECMS (Enterprise content management systems):-
An enterprise content management system (ECM)
, documents, contacts, and records related to a business process organization is organized. Enterprise information architecture and content, file formats, places to remove obstacles optimization streamlines and manages the security and integrity.
CCMS (Component content management system):-
A Component Content Management System (CCMS)
, specializes in the manufacture of component parts of the documents. For example, a CCMS uses the DATA XML users a map structure (document) to assemble the individual component enables subjects.These elements within a document or across multiple documents (rather than copied and pasted) reused can be. This ensures that the content is consistent across the entire documentation set.