Paul Boag - who wrote the excellent "Website Owners Manual" - has written a number of articles on his views about content management systems (CMS). I've pulled together links to several of his articles that have provided me with some food for thought.
I found it particularly reassuring that my thoughts on the subject weren't too far away from Paul's. There's so much to consider beyond the technology.
Choosing a content management system can be tricky. Without a clearly deﬁned set of requirements you will be seduced by fancy functionality that you will never use. What then should you look for in a CMS?
10 Criteria For Selecting A CMS - article by Paul Boag
"We live in a capitalist society. We are supposed to believe in choice. However, there are just too many damn content management systems."
Too Many Content Management Systems - article by Paul Boag
We all know content management systems (CMS) can be beneficial for most websites. However, they do come with hidden costs.
5 hidden costs of running a CMS - article by Paul Boag