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    Content Management Systems and Their Basic Types

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    A Content Management System (CMS) is a software application that is used to create, customize and manage information and data. CMS built on top of ASP.net framework are considered the center of businesses and organizations. The Visual Studio offers an interface that is easy enough to be understood by a novice. With the help of ASP.net CMS, many powerful websites are created by people that have no programming knowledge but have been successful enough to build up a site. A Content Management System can be categorized into three different categories: Cloud CMS, Proprietary CMS and Open Source CMS. More details on these types are mentioned below.

    Cloud CMS

    Cloud CMS is an Enterprise Content Management System that provides services and data storage for web site content, users and documents to publish on the web site. Cloud CMS can be further distinguished as Fully cloud CMS and Partial Cloud CMS. Fully cloud CMS comes along a package or service and the functionalities are permanent and cannot be customized. Partial cloud CMS is usually located on the user’s own cloud-based web server. This provides a good extent of flexibility as the functionalities can be modified according to the need of the user. Cloud CMS is more suitable for small and medium sized enterprises.

    Proprietary CMS

    The term “Proprietary” means relating to an owner or ownership. This means that Proprietary CMS is paid software where someone owns the rights to the CMS applications. There is an initial license fee with annual charges and updates. Proprietary CMS usually gives the benefit of making alterations according to the user’s requirements with an additional cost. Many web host companies do not support this type of CMS and this may limit the domain to where the website can be hosted. This creates a portability issue and is the major downfall for this CMS.

    Open Source CMS

    Open Source CMS are usually developed in a user community environment and can be initially downloaded free of cost. Here, the third party developers constantly improve and update the original product. Even though the initial download is free, fees are charged for templates, add-ons and plugins. The major advantage is the search engines love Open Source Content Management Systems as they are simple enough to optimize for search engine using simple plugin tools.

    All these different types of CMSs are available that have their own pros can cons. The most popular type is the Open Source CMS and ASP.net prefers this type of CMS as compared to the others. There are many open source ASP.net based Content Management Systems that are doing extremely well in the market. besides these there are many types avaialble in the society, in order to know about them and their feature the only thing which you have to do is trawl through the internet.  In case of any doubts regarding its usage you can feel free to chat with the experts’ avaialble online. It will enable you to choose the right option for you.

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