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Site offer Managing content is a key issue in any business today, and is becoming more relevant as commerce moves inexorably online.

With information, services and assets worth many millions dependent on the management of information, it would be foolhardy to ignore the many content management systems available today.

We’ve picked out a few titles that compliment these systems and provide the user with all the information they need to run a competent, efficient system, and with up to 40 per cent off some titles* this is the time to buy.

  • Beginning Joomla!: From Novice to Professional
    While Joomla is relatively easy to install, a fair amount of knowledge is required in order to configure the application to your specific needs. Beginning Joomla! answers many of the questions you're sure to have, guiding you through the process of creating your own design templates, adding and managing content, and adding popular community features such as article commenting, user profile management, and forums.
  • Joomla! A User's Guide: Building a Successful Joomla! Powered Website
    New to Joomla? No problem! This book starts with the simplest design and system concepts, and builds your expertise step-by-step. You'll rapidly master Joomla's power, even if you have no content management, scripting, or CSS expertise. Leading Joomla consultant Barrie North covers all you need to get results: installation, administration, site organisation, template development, content updates, and a whole lot more.
  • Implementing SugarCRM
    This gives you all the information you need to start using this powerful, free CRM system. Written by veteran SugarCRM expert and experienced documentation author, Michael J. Whitehead, this book is the definitive guide to implementing SugarCRM. Whether you are wondering exactly what benefits CRM can bring or you have already learned about CRM systems but have yet to implement one, or you're working with SugarCRM already; this book will show you how to get maximum benefit of this exciting product.
  • Textpattern Solutions: PHP-Based Content Management Made Easy
    This book leaves no stone unturned. It starts by introducing you to Textpattern and guiding you through its very simple installation process. After the core features of the administrative interface are explored, the book dives into building sites with TXP, using CSS, articles, forms, pages, and more to create fully customised templates.
  • Alfresco: Enterprise Content Management Implementation
    This well-crafted and easy-to-use book is a complete guide to implementing enterprise content management in your business using Alfresco. It guides you through creating smart, collaborative content repositories, and shows how to use Alfresco to create more elegant document sharing, better collaborative working, and reliable automated workflow processes.
  • Building Websites with Mambo
    This is a fast paced tutorial to creating a website using Mambo. From installation, to initial set up and content entry and then on to customisation for your own look and feel, this book will get you to a stable and working Mambo based web site fast.
  • TYP03; Enterprise Content Management
    This is the Official TYPO3 book, written and endorsed by members of the core TYPO3 team. Using plenty of examples and a friendly style, this book takes a detailed practical approach to using, administrating, and developing TYPO3 websites.

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