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The Practical Guide to Selecting a Web CMS for State and Local Government [May 2, 2013]

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It’s clear that web technology can greatly benefit citizen engagement, but legacy web technologies often make it difficult. Most State and Local Governments are using legacy Web Content Management (CMS) products that are difficult to use, expensive to support, and limited in functionality in important areas like mobile delivery.

If you haven’t taken a look at the modern Web CMS products, you'll find lots of improvements. Products are much easier to use for content editors. Developer productivity is increased through support for modern development languages and processes. Delivery to websites, tablets, and smartphones is made easy using responsive design. Now is the perfect time to replace your legacy Web CMS!

Join Tom Wentworth, Web Content Management expert and Acquia CMO in a webinar on how to select the best Web CMS for your State and Local Government, including:

• How to Run a CMS Selection Process
• Evaluating Key New Features Like Usability, Mobile Support, and Cloud
• The Differences Between Proprietary and Open Source CMS products
• How to Migrate from your Legacy CMS
• and more!

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