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Many choices for CMS (content management systems) are available, and it might be challenging
to know what’s more appropriate for the task at hand. In handling Enterprise Web CMS and
CMS, Sharepoint and DNN (DotNetNuke) are amongst the best platforms.

DotNetNuke CMs vs. SharePoint CMS
Benefits of SharePoint CMS:

Easy integration with 3rd party apps
Alerts and tasks management
Capability of easily searching through files
Business automation
Powerful document management

Benefits of DotNetNuke CMS:

Free licensing for Community Edition
Multiple plugin and themes options
Strong community
Simple to install
Graphic design flexibility

Disadvantages of SharePoint CMS:

Less graphic design flexibility
Costly licensing

Disadvantages ofDotNetNuke CMS:

Not suited for ECM
High costs
Slow response time

Which content management system is preferable?
SharePoint will include tools for document management, business automation, and 3rd party
integration. Those features make SharePoint a powerful platform which streamlines worker
collaboration across various applications, and eventually improves operations inside a business.
Also, it may be utilized to develop user friendly interfaces for public facing websites.
DNN offers a user friendly interface and flexibility; however, it’ll lack the power to compete
with SharePoint. DNN may be helpful for a fast fix, yet long-range applications for ECM will be
better left to SharePoint.

While looking at DotNetNuke CMS vs. SharePoint CMS, it’s clear they both extend advantages
to business processes. But, while integrating systems and preparing for a long-range solution,
SharePoint offers more reliability as far as friendly user interfaces, and solid automated
processes, for both WCM and ECM are concerned. For more details, please visit here: Hire
SharePoint Developer.

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