Microsoft & .NET.NETIntroducing DotNetNuke, the Open Source, .NET-driven CMS

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With businesses clamoring for the ability to manage complex content repositories and community interactions over the Web, the prospect of creating custom solutions from scratch is becoming increasingly unpalatable. Developers are instead opting to leave content management’s often gory details to an enterprise content management system, using the time and effort saved to customize and extend these systems for the business’ specific needs. Over much of the last decade, millions of .NET-oriented organizations around the globe have turned to DotNetNuke for their content management needs.

Its origins intertwined with the 2002 ASP.NET 1.0 release, DotNetNuke has since become one of the world’s most popular .NET-oriented open source projects, and by far the most popular .NET-driven content management solution. Capable of being immediately deployed upon installation makes DotNetNuke an ideal choice for small organizations seeking a solution requiring little overhead, yet its ability to scale and extensible architecture prove it an attractive choice for global corporations such as Midas, Pier 1 Imports, and Marriott. Read on to learn more about what DotNetNuke has to offer.

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Introducing DotNetNuke, the .NET-driven CMS

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