If you are involved in communications at a higher education institution you have probably sat in meetings as a result of an emergency on campus. Usually, the topic is a natural disaster (e.g. earthquake, flood, tornado) or man-made (e.g. arson, violence on campus). Rarely is a global pandemic the reason for the discussion. Here is our advice on how .EDU teams can set up their web experience to address the content management and communications requirements that arise in times of crisis.
In times of crisis, content is mission critical. You must deliver and update information to your customers and employees in real-time, across multiple channels. It's a new game. Content is not brand marketing or mundane communications. In a crisis, content is the information your customers, employees, and other people that count on your organization need to survive, adapt, and to continue your business operations. Brands are forged in the fire of a crisis. It's a test of your character and resiliency. It all starts with clear communications and content.
How do you build a content operations team? In this article, we outline the job roles involved in a content operations team and what they'll need to do to coordinate, collaborate and deliver great content. We'll also provide advice and knowledge from multiple content strategy and content intelligence experts. Find out what it takes to build and manage a rocking content operations team in your organization.
What are the benefits of managing content in a hybrid CMS? Many are familiar with the main benefit of a headless CMS, which provides a clear separation of content management from content delivery. But while many headless CMS solutions do this easily, what they don’t do well is provide an authoring experience that enables marketers and other business people to manage their content well. That’s where a hybrid CMS can help. Learn more about hybrid CMS and the benefits of this type of content management platform.
Here’s what seven Ingeniux users had to say about attending the Ingeniux User Conference. Find out what they learned, who they met, and important takeaways from the event. With tons of learning opportunities, presentations from guest experts, networking events and giveaways, you won’t want to miss this year’s event!
How many of you have started your workday by going to your company Intranet to check out the latest news or get into one of your applications? Maybe you have a great Intranet and you’re happy with what it provides, but for many employees, their Intranet is a waste of time and something they rarely, if ever, visit. And that’s because traditional Intranets don’t work any longer. There is a better approach to delivering a useful Intranet. In this blog, we take a closer look.
So far, in our look at website implementation strategies, we’ve talked about having the CMS vendor do most of the work and lead the project, outsourcing the project to a third-party integrator and doing the work yourself. The last approach we want to talk about is co-developing the website with your CMS vendor or a third-party integrator/design agency.
Gartner released a new report, “Hybrid Headless Content as a Service Is the Future of Digital Experiences,” and makes some key points that Ingeniux has believed in for a while now. Headless content management is quickly becoming an approach that many organizations are looking at to solve the requirement to deliver content to multiple channels. It’s a good approach, but it’s not always the right approach. Instead of thinking pure headless, most organizations should be thinking hybrid – or as Gartner puts it “hybrid headless.”
There are many ways you can approach a website redesign or new web CMS implementation project. In this post we’ll look at having the CMS vendor run the project and do the implementation work. In this installment of our website implementation series, we'll show you what it looks like when the vendor implements your web experience.