I have been looking at the various free CMS systems out there.
The one that has currently caught my eye is Plone (www.plone.org).
There are others: Drupal, Joomla, XOOPS. Apologies if I didn’t mention your favorites. Oh, and people are also using WordPress for non-blog applications.
I like the look and feel of Plone, right out of the box.
It can be used as website, an intranet, or as a personal data keeper program.
Yes, you can install it on your personal PC, Mac, or Linux box to keep all of those “snippets” of information that so easily get lost.
To run it on your web server is a little trickier, as I’ve been told that not all web hosts can handle it.
A new version was released a few days ago. I thought it may be useful for managing content with virtual partners and employees remotely. Of course, there are many options and methods that people are already using for collaboration.
What do you think?