Postgrad research at Universty of Southampton
22 July 2001 23:22pm
Can anyone give me advice on any difference in perspectives when managing a project for a large publishing house ...Obviously content issues are different because of internal sourcing...are there any other critical factors?
CEO at Econsultancy
29 July 2001 17:40pm
Hard to give a detailed answer without knowing more but it is likely that content management issues are going to be high up the list when doing a project for a publishing house. This will include things like distributed authoring, workflow, automated publishing, versioning, rollback etc. and you are likely to need a CMS (Content Management System).
To find out more about CMS, do a search on this site on CMS (http://www.e-consultancy.com/search.asp?keywords=CMS&x=30&y=6)
If you have any more detailed questions, feel free to post them up.
On 23:22:42 22 July 2001 bluke wrote:
>Can anyone give me advice on any difference in
>perspectives when managing a project for a large
>publishing house ...Obviously content issues are different
>because of internal sourcing...are there any other
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