TITLE

Interwoven Unfurls LiveSite

AUTHOR(S)
Moore, Cathleen
PUB. DATE
January 2005
SOURCE
InfoWorld;1/17/2005, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p16
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article features the LiveSite Content Publishing Service, a new Web publishing tool designed to allow business users to create and publish dynamic Web sites easily, to be launched by Interwoven in January 2005. This product gives IT managers the ability to create page-level templates and components that business users assemble and manage. To construct templates for an extranet, intranet, or Internet-facing site, IT developers first define the standard items that need to be shared across multiple sites and then create XML- and XSL-based components, company officials said. LiveSite includes WYSIWYG publishing with drag-and-drop layout capabilities, component-based page assembly, point-and-click customization, and central management by IT departments. According to Kevin Cochrane, vice president of Web content management and solutions at Interwoven, with templates in place, business users can create Web sites as easily as they create a PowerPoint presentation. The application integrates with Interwoven's content management system. According to a senior executive at Meta Group, LiveSite is going after companies with a light IT staff and a business-user need to create not just a single site but multiple sites.
ACCESSION #
15689217

 

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