IBM Web Content Manager™, formerly IBM Lotus Web Content Management, provides an agile platform that helps organizations respond to ever changing and growing customer web experience requirements that span multiple channels. This leads to increased customer satisfaction and better brand awareness.
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- IBM Web Content Manager V8.0 streamlines enterprise web
experience management and optimization
IBM Web Content Manager V8.0 helps organizations to build engaging, personalized web experiences faster, by further empowering business users with the right tools needed to drive better business outcomes.
- IBM Support Tools portlet for IBM Web Content Manager:
The IBM Support Tools portlet for IBM Web Content Manager (WCM) is one of the most widely used applications to troubleshoot issues related to Java Content Repository nodes. The tool does not ship with the WCM product, however, and lacks detailed documentation for users.
- Providing personalized content using IBM Web Content Manager
and the Personalization engine
Personalized content is highly demanded in all content-driven portals to better guide you to your area of interest; for example, a corporate portal would display alerts for managers other than those for employees, and an Airlines portal would better display holiday offers for destinations to which you can fly from your current location
- Migrating to IBM Web Content Manager: A case study
This article describes an approach for migrating to IBM Web Content Manager V7, based on customer experiences, addressing topics including process, tooling, and mapping concepts.
- Creating a site structure in one click
Read about a simple solution that enables you to define site structures in IBM Web Content Management in an automated fashion. This solution saves time on a time-consuming and monotonous task.
- IBM Web Content Management: The enhanced security model
Using WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Management, you can restrict access to selected users, groups to the views in an authoring portlet, the items managed by the authoring portlet, and to elements and pages displayed in a Web site.
- WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Management search:
Essentials and best practices
Review search artifacts and the best practices for realizing optimal search performance and scalability.
- Build your WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Management
demos in the cloud with a no-charge developer edition
Develop your applications on Amazon EC2, an Amazon Web service, using a public version of WebSphere Portal Server and Lotus Web Content Management Standard Edition developer AMI
- Building a Web site using Lotus Web Content
IBM Lotus and IBM Redbooks publications have partnered together to show you how to use IBM Lotus Web Content Management to build a Web site.
- Integrating WebSphere Portal search with Web Content
Learn how to use WebSphere Portal search to return results from the Web Content Management server.
IBM Redbooks for IBM Web Content Manager
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