The content management role
Content management systems & tools
The Peer could also be described as a "Platform Content Management System" which is referred to on Wikipedia:CMS and is meaning the management of all content down to the level of the computer platform (ie its hardware achitecture). This provides the ability to manage all objects (files, folders, programs, licenses, permissions, etc.) on a given set of systems and giving access to these disparate things through a unified interface. This is over and above the facilitation of collaborative web-based document creation.
The peer's idea of PCMS is to extend the domain of the current content management into the hardware platform through unification rather than create a specific part of the software catering for this area. In the peer environment the managed content also covers software (including its own development) and organisational processes as well as resources and their availability.
- Assimilation (External-source management)
- Template management
- Development environment
- Pentego - the industry's first PCMS
- Content Management - Wikipedia
- CMS - Wikipedia
- RWW report on 10 factors impacting Content Management Systems
- The Forrester Wave Community Platforms 2010 Report