Content Management

Zengenti launches Insytful, a governance tool for improving accessibility and website performance

Zengenti, the creator of Contensis, headless content management system (CMS), has announced the launch of its new accessible site improvement platform, Insytful, in an effort to ensure web content is universally accessible for all.

Launching officially ahead of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD, 16 May) Insytful aims to tackle online inclusivity by combining a selection of industry-leading tools and its own scanning technologies to monitor a website’s accessibility rating, performance and content quality, to improve user experience and SEO rankings.

Leveraging Content Management for a Smoother Sales Journey

Sales content management systems (CMS) are crucial for organizing content assets and ensuring sales reps can engage prospective customers with the right content. Without a CMS, sales reps typically feel overwhelmed with the content they must choose during their sales process. Various types of content can stimulate information overload and sales content redundancy. However, a well-organized CMS will help a sales team stay prepared throughout the sales journey, ensuring productivity and efficiency.

AI Content Conundrum: Sentiment Degradation Exacerbating the Misinformation Age

With industries across the board becoming increasingly adept at using AI-driven Large Language Models (LLMs) like OpenAI’s ChatGPT, Anthropic’s Claude2 and Meta AI’s Llama2, it begs one obvious question: How do we make sure all of the content out there isn’t generated by AI?

Fortunately, being an “AI sleuth” is relatively easy thanks to some emerging smart SaaS tools. Such solutions will become crucial for those endeavoring to identify the use of AI in content creation, dealing with challenges related to false positives in AI content detection, discerning if AI material has yet been detected, and even if AI “distilled” content has been reconfigured to be more neutral in sentiment.

Zengenti Partners with National LGPS Frameworks for Local Government Needs

CMS specialist Zengenti, creators of Contensis, has joined forces with the National LGPS Frameworks, a partnership which will see the Ludlow-based software firm strengthen its local government community.

The National LGPS Frameworks allows the Local Government Pension Scheme across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland to efficiently procure high-quality, value-for-money pension fund services, reducing lengthy procurement timescales and saving time and money. Other public service pension schemes can also use the frameworks.

Drupal 10 and the socPub Family of Websites

During the past seven days I've been upgrading our websites from Drupal 9 to Drupal 10. There are four of them which includes socPub, CMS Report, INFOTECH Pub, and After Work Pub. While one is never quite done with the work, we're quickly moving from the upgrade back to the maintenance phase of these website. As the dust settles down it will soon be time to start focusing on the content and presence of these websites.

Moving to Drupal 10 in November

With support for Drupal 9 fast coming to a close, we'll be upgrading our various websites to Drupal 10 in the month of November. In April 2006, I chose Drupal to build this site, originally known only as CMS Report, with a beta version of Drupal 4.7.  Along the way, except for a detour in the 2010s when we relied on the Agility CMS for a few years, Drupal has been our content management system of choice.

5 Ways You Can Optimize Your WordPress Website With ChatGPT

WordPress is one of the world’s most popular content management systems (CMSs). While it was first invented with the primary intention of publishing blogs, it has long since evolved. Today, WordPress can create different websites for a range of purposes.

This CMS offers many plugins and tools that can help you optimize your website. While not traditionally designed for WordPress, one tool that can prove vital to create a more refined experience for site visitors is ChatGPT. Here are five ways you can utilize ChatGPT to optimize your WordPress website.

Report: 78% of channel partners have “more to do” in shift to services and subscriptions

International research report by Westcon-Comstor reveals challenges of complex multivendor portfolios, and the need for distributor marketplaces to simplify and add value

LONDON, UK – 22nd March 2023Westcon-Comstor, the global technology provider and specialist distributor, today published Navigating the shift: The role of distributor marketplaces in Partner Success. The report conducted over the last three months reveals that while almost every channel partner is shifting to subscription and recurring revenue models, the vast majority say they are facing myriad challenges and have more to do to make the shift.

Unique Landing Pages All Web Designers Can Learn From

After a time, all landing pages start to take on a similar look and feel. You see a beautiful headline, sharp layout, some descriptive content and a call to action (CTA) button. In fact, many designers use css frames that make designs look even more familiar due to layout and features.

A unique landing page can help users sit up and take notice. They see something is different about this page and wonder what they can learn that’s new. One of the best ways to figure out how to create a page that is different from your competitors is studying the unique pages of other designers. 

CMS Contensis Approved for G-Cloud 13

Content Management System (CMS), Contensis, whose customers include public sector organizations like police forces, councils, museums and universities, will be part of the UK Government’s G-cloud 13 initiative.

Contensis is a sophisticated API-first CMS, which supports any design that can be built in HTML. It has been part of G-Cloud since version two and has been included in every iteration of the framework for the last ten years.

G-Cloud 13 replaces G-Cloud 12 and will provide software services, together with associated support services, to UK central Government and public sector bodies.