Web Content Management System
Web Content Management Systems allow nearly anyone to edit web pages as easily as they can edit other documents. WCMS is the next generation of tools for empowering distributed management of web site information. Unlike desktop software suites like Dreamweaver and Contribute, these systems are centrally run and provided—there is no computer setup necessary to begin using these systems and no software versions or upgrades to worry about. For the end user, they run entirely within the web browser and provide an intuitive interface for finding, editing, and publishing web pages.
August 31, 2013 - Cascade Server 7.6 Upgrade
Web Comm completed the production upgrade to Cascade 7.6 without incident on August 31st, 2013. Here are the release notes from Hannon Hill including changes since our last upgrade:
March 21, 2013 - Cascade Server 7.2.1 Upgrade
Northwestern's Cascade Server web content management system will be upgraded to version 7.2.1 on March 23. In addition to performance improvements, the new release includes features for content managers, such as updates to the WYSIWYG editor, page drafts, and asset moving and renaming. Please review the WCMS Cascade 7.2.1 Upgrade Notes document for more details on these changes. As always, if you encounter any unusual issues, please let your web content management support person or web developer team know.