What would a content management system look like if it didn't actually "manage" any content? What if content originated in other systems and was then pushed into a CMS? In the future, we might find that a "CMS" has become a coordination, delivery, and optimization platform for a wide array of backend content sources.
In this brave new world, where do we draw the boundaries, how do we architect the big picture, and what is the value proposition?
Target audience: General
About the speaker:
Deane is Director of Business Development and a founding partner at Blend Interactive. He has been working in web content management since the mid-90s – before the discipline even had a name. Since then, Deane has become a leading voice in content management — to the point that he wrote the book about it. From here, it’s on to the future: breaking ground in distributed content management; teaching the practice; reading — always reading.