Great article on CMS Do's and Don'ts
Via: 456 Berea Street.
Thereís nothing worse than spending months of your organizationís time and a small fortune building a website that your customers canít use.
As my employer is probably moving to a new CMS this year I wonder what will go wrong this time*. After all, we (meaning my employer, I wasn't involved) selected a crappy system less than three years ago.
Boy am I glad I didn't jump
before the train
on the bandwagon that time and continued using Dreamweaver to manage my content.
*Seeing as the choice seems to be between a solution by Microsoft and a solution by an entity that's not Microsoft it's a pretty safe bet that M$ will win this one.