Managing a Legacy Site

“That’s so 1996,” a corporate executive was told about his website, created a bit earlier than that, now containing 10,000+ text files and more than 20,000 image files.

What is a corporation or organization to do with a site created in the days of the World Wide Web, with a dated look and a mix of dated and up-to-date content?

Mary Miller, founder of website content management system iCMS, recommends that legacy site owners consider moving their sites to a permission-based content management system.  A CMS gives a site owner choices about archiving content, recording and documenting the history of the company, and creating a new look that represents the evolution of the corporation’s vision.

You’re invited to connect with iCMS on Facebook and iCMS on YouTube and to read more about iCMS on Handshake 2.0

Website content management system iCMS is a product of IDD, Inc., a full-service IT firm.  IDD, Inc. is a client of Handshake Media, Inc., the parent company of Handshake 2.0.

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Comments

  1. Sounds like a solution for an ecosystem manager:archiving content (characteristics and history of an area), recording and documenting the history of the company (ecological succession, past and likely), and creating a look that represents the evolution of the corporation’s vision (the planned site benefits).

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