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Many organisations face the challenge of web publishing bottlenecks as a result of the responsibility of content updates being strictly limited to the IT department. Not only can this mean delays updating time sensitive information, but it always usurps the time of a highly skilled IT team. By devolving content publishing rights to the content owners, with safeguards and brand protocols in place, publishing efficiencies will be gained and the IT department will be free to tackle more strategic projects.
TERMINAFOUR Site Manager has a configurable and secure user rights and roles model, which allows users to update and manage content for the particular parts of the site or parts of a page they have been assigned to look after. Users can even be delegated a small part of a web page.
There are four basic levels of users (more tiers may be configured):
A key factor in the user acceptance of TERMINALFOUR Site Manager is that users have the reassurance that their publishing rights are managed so that they cannot operate beyond their capability/authorisation. TERMINALFOUR Site Manager enterprise web content management system functionality allows for full integration with directory services/LDAP/Active Directory/CAS/Shibboleth as it allows users to login using their normal computer password, or to use single sign-on functionality where available.
It is possible to approximately describe the hierarchical rights and roles structure in brief with the following sentence: contributors prepare the material and moderators edit it while power users own sites with administrators “owning” TERMINALFOUR Site Manager.