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Posted on by CQ watcher (not verified).

I work for a company with a relatively large CQ installation. We're now on our 6th and 7th back end admins who are constantly 100+% busy keeping the system working.

Why anyone would choose a system based on the JCR is a mystery to me. Folks seem to love anything Adobe comes up with.

When I interviewed a person with a good bit of CQ rollout experience before our acquisition, his quote of wisdom was "Your authors will love it. Your admins will hate it." That has played out true.

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