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Subject:Re: Interwoven's TeamSite From:quills -at- airmail -dot- net To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com Date:Tue, 22 Dec 2009 01:39:49 -0600
My wife uses Interwoven. All I can say after observing it in action is
Thank GOD I don't have to use it.
It has cemented my opinion that these enterprize level content
management systems have the realized potential of being the problem and
not a solution.
On 12/22/09 12:33 AM, p -dot- vuncanon -at- att -dot- net wrote:
> Anyone out there have any experience using Interwoven's TeamSite web content management system?
> Would say TeamSite is at all an authoring environment? That is, do you use a authoring tool included with TeamSite or do you author in your chosen tool (Frame, XMetaL, Word, etc.) and then use TeamSite to manage the content?
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