A typical public web site is live for three years. Whether you are creating a new public web site system (CMS) will impact your organization both operationally and financially for years to come.
DotNetNuke (DNN) is the leading Web Content Management Platform for Microsoft.net. The system is a full featured web CMS and application development framework which allows your organization to easily create and maintain fully customized, highly engaging web sites. Built on Microsoft ASP.NET, DNN allows your organization to leverage its existing Microsoft technology investments to reduce costs and ensure maximum-long-term reliability.
DNN provides a number of important benefits that will impact your organization and its ability to build and maintain your web site.
DNN features an open API. The system is modular so it is very easy to change the appearance or functionality of your web site by adding or changing pluggable DNN apps. A thriving market exists for DNN apps with more than 8,000 available on Snowcovered.com at highly affordable prices. Because the API is open, your organization can also develop its own apps to customize the appearance and functionality of your site. Thousands of free and low cost apps provide you with nearly limitless possibilities to create the perfect site for you needs.
DNN is very easy to use. Non-technical content contributors can learn to add and maintain web pages in minutes and make changes to the site with no IP support. Adding pages, changing page layouts, and adding new features to a page are all easily accomplished with minimal training.
Your content contributors will not require IT support for most web site changes so your ongoing operational costs are significantly less. Your users also have much more flexibility to keep the content on your web site fresh which imporves the experience of your site visitors.
Your web site can be large or small and can grow as much as needed over time without requiring a migration to a new content management system. The DNN platform can support an unlimited number of pages per web site and an unlimited number of web sites per DNN instance. DNN has built-in web farm support so as your site traffic grows, you can seamlessly migrage to a distributed server infrastructure.
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