Contensis enables system administrators to establish workflows, user groups and permissions.
They also define system accessibility and security throughout each Contensis project. While delegating responsibility to sub-administrators is possible, overall authority is maintained.
The focus for administrators includes:
Groups, Privileges and Security
Create groups of designers, developers, editors and approvers or whatever is needed within your organisation. Only give people access to areas of a website that they need to work with. We think you’ll be impressed with the granular level at which permissions can be set – as an example, individual groups can be set different styling options when using the WYSIWYG editor.
Contensis provides the environment where more people can get involved in creating and publishing content (relating to their area of expertise) without the administrator losing control over what is written. Each editor’s workflow can be tailored so that approval is required before what they write is published. This ensures that the tone and the message is consistent throughout the site. At no point does anyone from the IT department need to get involved when something needs publishing.
Every organisation categorises content differently – the Contensis Taxonomy Editor enables you to control how content is categorised according to your own specification. As this categorisation or “vocabulary” grows, editors using Contensis will be able to organise content using consistent naming conventions according to your organisation’s specification.
Alongside the Taxonomy Editor the CMS facilitates the definition of metadata standards. You can define default keywords to be assigned to individual pages and groups of pages. This system conforms to the Dublin Core standard.