“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.
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.