As a company owner and founder, I envision my company’s future corporate site with many users. Handshake 2.0 is a custom site built on a TypePad backend. Although I have stretched the use of TyepPad for content management, its function, which it delivers beautifully, is content creation and publishing. In the future, our growing enterprise will need software that can handle multiple users with multiple permissions to create, edit and publish content.
As I mentioned in my first impressions of iCMS, I felt very gratified to see the “Admin” tab upon log in. When I put the cursor on the Admin tab, I beheld a dropdown menu of a dozen options with delight. I seek power usership of the software in my world and I need to see the structure of what I’m using to understand its capabilities.
Since multiple users are on my mind, I clicked Admin, then Group Editor. Again, multiple options displayed themselves among the Group Tasks. I was impressed with the high level of tasks available to all users, and how any combination of them could be assigned to groups of users.
Conclusions so far about iCMS, without having even created a page of content: It makes sense. It looks easy.
From this twenty-year veteran of software, “easy” is not a word I use lightly. Or often.
You’re invited to read our narrative and to view our screenshots of iCMS on Facebook and to read our full series of posts about iCMS on Handshake 2.0. You can connect with iCMS on Facebook and iCMS on YouTube
Website content management system iCMS is a hosted content management system from IDD, Inc., a full-service IT firm. IDD, Inc. is a client of Handshake Media, Inc., the parent company of Handshake 2.0.