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    Why I chose DotNetNuke – Part 2

    There are so many Content Management System choices.

    James Nagy - 3748 Article rating: No rating

    In 2006, I was busy working for Midas International as the Director of Software Development. The software I was working on, R.O. Writer, had its own website that the Midas IT department controlled, however, Midas IT was always busy making changes to the main corporate website and internal intranet projects and didn’t have much time to support our needs. Frustrated, I began a search for a new content management system (CMS) that would allow our support staff (the non-programmers) to be able to update the information on the website when we needed something done. That way, we would not have to wait for someone in IT to get around to our request. My criteria for a CMS was simple - it had to be a Microsoft ASP.NET solution running on a SQL server backend as that was the expertise we already had in house.  But which one...

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