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Is your Content Management Mobile Friendly - A DotNetNuke Prespective
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SalarO TV Episode 01 - DotNetNuke goes social with the 6.2 Edition of DNN
In June 2012 we have started the weekly episodes of Salaro TV. We have planned that in the first season we will discuss topics on latest Mobile and Desktop Web Trends, Science and Technology and more specific news on Content Management Systems such as DNN or nopCommerce and other exciting software related matters. We are excited with this new appro...Read more
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Microsoft Tech Day on Friday 21st Jan at Soho House, London
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SalarO TV Episode 01 - DotNetNuke goes social with the 6.2 Edition of DNN|
By Salar Golestanian @ 28 Jun 2012 ::
|In June 2012 we have started the weekly episodes of Salaro TV. We have planned that in the first season we will discuss topics on latest Mobile and Desktop Web Trends, Science and Technology and more specific news on Content Management Systems such as DNN or nopCommerce and other exciting software related matters. We are excited with this new approach in marketing and putting forward our views in current state of Web, Science and Technology.
Lately, everyone is talking social. Real-life friends and relatives, colleagues and even superiors are found online and can be turned into online friends – a community. Not just this, a company can start its very business by getting social and advertising its products and services on the social media. Social media marketing yields great results and the evidence is mounting that social collaboration indeed can reap business the much-wanted benefit.
It would not be wrong if social intranets are to be held responsible for driving employee productivity and increasing their efficiency. In fact, one of the many advantages of having a private network at one’s workplace is fostering the employees’ growth and thereby motivating for better output.
Hence, in all respects, social media does create communities, turn communities into advocates who nurture the business.
The 6.2 version of DotNetNuke is built on the already strong Web Content Management System (WCMS) capabilities that have made it the number one Web content solution in the Microsoft ecosystem. The recent release is packed with an entire new suite of social tools including Sharp Point integration and multi-lingual support – all within the administrative console.
Additionally, the new Web CMS now features:
The platform is strikingly authenticated socially with Google, Twitter, Facebook and Windows Live!
- Private Messages
- Social Relationships
- Individual User Profiles
- Groups and Forums
- Activity Streams
DotNetNuke 6.2 enables corporations to quickly build social intranets within the scaffold in order to improve collaboration and communication only to improve employee productivity substantially. Besides, the brilliant framework enables the creation of external communities that turn customers into advocates by lowering support cost and eventually increasing revenue opportunities.
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First Episode of SalarO TV - DotNetNuke 6.2 HD from Salar Golestanian on Vimeo.
In 2003, SalarO was founded by Salar Golestanian who wanted to use a more logical content management system to deliver DIY Web Sites to all. Taking part and helping for many years in development of DotNetNuke web content management system seemed a logical direction to go. Today DotNetNuke is a large Corporation in US and still has core open source followers and the DNN Corp acts as the custodian of this great application that is growing with time. Recently however there is a growth in publishing with video with the technology getting better and therefore, we thought it is the right time to focus our Marketing from this perspective. Sites such as YouTube, Vimeo and others like it are growing bigger every day with more channels available at low cost to programme providers. We hope this fun and friendly environment fuels your own creativity and inspires you to contribute Salaro TV in the ways that mean the most to you.
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