Storing and sharing content, privately, can be a challenge, especially when you have a public facing platform with many user roles and permissions. Using a Content Management System (CMS), such as dotCMS, is perfect for public facing information. Using a CMS, you can build amazing websites that create a personalized user experience for public facing content.
How about confidential information?
Private information calls for an integration of a separate system. A CMS is an internal system that stores, authors, and publishes public facing digital content to the web, but to manage both private and public information in one system, a Document Management System (DMS) should be integrated. For example, consider the case of a legal department that publishes B2B contracts to internal stakeholders versus the terms and conditions for a public site. You wouldn’t want to store or publish the contracts publicly. A DMS will allow you to author content, and tag it as private or public, all in one system.
This is not the only benefit of integrating with a DMS.
Join our webinar on April 20th, from 2:00pm to 3:00pm ET, as Architech and dotCMS explain the opportunities, features, and best practices of integrating a CMS with a DMS.