In the twentieth century, the greatest technological and social events at the same time are the advent of the Internet. Basically, the information society is a society that is based on the Internet. The web has become a new medium for the publication of information.
Websites used to promote companies and their products, services and information, and facilitate communication. For medium and large companies there is no question of their content management. This is the reason why such websites have implemented a variety of website content management systems.
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The main goal of content management is to provide users with the necessary information. Content management also optimizes communication between people who create information and those who consume it. However, communication is not the main purpose: communication is the catalyst for the process of working while driving business processes.
Content life cycle includes the following steps:
1. Creation. Users create content that is therefore converted to another format. Support data (metadata) is also created.
2. Management. Content is managed by the user with the help of the repository. revision control and access control of content (right read / write).
3. Integration. It is possible for users to access content in various formats from multiple repositories. Content is merged with other applications and work processes.
4. Negotiation. Content may be used for the benefit of her makeup. For commercial publishers this means using several technology components to sell content via the Web.
5. Distribution. Content is published in multiple forms for internal (within the CMS) and external use (WAP, HTML, XML, PDF, etc).