Hi Tina and all,
We started with Roxen many years back and recently added Drupal to the CMSs we offer to the University community. We've gotten a favorable response from our user community, and our website development and support teams are pleased with what Drupal has
to offer. I hear often that one of the great benefits of the Drupal environment is the user community and community support that comes along with it.
We also recently completed a move to WordPress and offer the WordPress CMS on campus.
Our Web Development Services group manages development and support services for the CMS systems. The actual systems are maintained by our infrastructure folks.
Best of luck in making your decision!
P.S. Welcome, Erica. Yes, the ITCOMM group is a wonderful group and resource!
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Senior Communications Coordinator & Strategist
of Information Technology
We are looking at several CMS packages as a solution for our enterprise CMS solution. We are currently using Joomla and Drupal. We are considering continuing with Drupal as well as look at commercial products.
I would appreciate feedback from this list on your current CMS product. Would you share what you like, don't like and any lessons learned from implementing for your CMS? How are you using the CMS within IT? Also
would you select this product if you could start over?
Thank you in advance. I look forward to your responses.
Oklahoma State University System
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