Content Management Systems (CMSes) are database-driven document management systems that faciliate revision and collaboration online. The term is used today often for websites that have built-in mechanisms for quick and easy updating of content and management of who has permission to update which content within a site. TThese? are, for the most part, database-driven websites, often using Open-Source Server-Side Include technologies such as PHP and MySQL. They've revolutionized the publishing of content online, and the EServer has many of the best CMSes? already installed on our workstations, and easily available for our authors and editors.
Some examples of such systems which are supported on the EServer are: [Collabtive]?, Drupal, [Elgg]?, [Etherpad]?, [Feed2js]?, [Feng Office]?, [Joomla]?, [Limesurvey]?, [Mailman]?, [Moodle]?, Movable Type, [Phantom]?, [PHPBB3]?, [Piwik]?, Plone, [Roundcube]?, [Sphider]?, [Vanilla Forums]?, and WordPress.