Content Management System (CMS) refers to a set of systems for managing work processes under a cooperative model. The system can be applied to manual operation, or to a computer or network. As a kind of Central Repository, the content management system can store related content centrally and has functions such as group management and version control. Version control is a major advantage of content management systems.
Content management systems have a wide range of applications in the storage, management, revision (inventory), pragmatic enrichment, and document release of items or copywriting or data. Currently popular open source CMS systems are WordPress, Joomla !, Drupal, Xoops, CmsTop, etc.
Content is a combination of any type of digital information, and can be text, graphic images, Web pages, business documents, database forms, movies, sounds, XML files, and so on. It should be said that content is a broader concept than data, documents, and information, and is an aggregation of various structured data, unstructured documents, and information. Management is a series of processing processes applied to "content" objects, including collection, storage, approval, organization, positioning, conversion, distribution, search, analysis, etc., in order to enable "content" to Pass the form to the right place and person.
Content management can be defined as: the process of assisting organizations and individuals with information technology to create, store, share, apply, and retrieve content, and generate value in individual, organizational, business, and strategic aspects of the enterprise. A content management system is a software system or a set of tools that can support content management.
The definition of a content management system can be very narrow, usually referring to the publishing and management system of a portal or commercial website; the definition can also be very broad, and personal website systems can also be included in it. Wiki is also a content management system, and Blog is also a content management system.
Facilitate submission (or contribution) by a large number of people and sharing of stored data;
In a manner similar to human resource job management, users' access to and use of the above information is controlled based on their role. For example, in Joomla 1.6, different user groups can have different permissions in terms of writing, modifying, verifying, and diagnosing website articles, or allow designated users to access or manage designated sections or content materials;
Helps to quickly and easily store data and retrieve required information;
Repeated entry of data;
Reduce the difficulty of writing work reports;
Strengthen communication between users;
Strengthen the role of users in verifying and diagnosing their groups;