Content Management - Help

A 10-minute overview about Pages app on Core dna. Learn about configuration, permissions, setup, and many more via the Core dna DXP admin.

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A 4-minute overview showing you how to add pages with Attachments on Core dna.

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A 2-minute overview of some of our digital workplace solutions using Core Teams. Learn about Projects, Support, Ideas, Timesheets and more!

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A 15-minute overview of the administration panel for Core dna's digital experience platform (DXP).

 

Video chapters

  1. 1. Log in to Core dna platform (0:38)
  2. 2. Core dna dashboard overview (0:47)
  3. 3. Managing websites (2:23)
  4. 4. CoreContent overview (4:32)
  5. 5. CoreCommunity overview (6:22)
  6. 6. CoreMarketing overview (8:24)
  7. 7. CoreCommerce overview (9:06)
  8. 8. Hooks application overview (13:01)

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Core dna is an enterprise platform.

What this means is that all the aspects of the technology are provided for your business. There is no need for you or your team to develop or manage any technology or pay for added apps or plugins.

Core dna includes,

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For many organizations the need for a Content Management System (CMS) boils down to two main factors;

  1. Internal pressure: the desire to easily create and manage content in a more efficient manner and an awareness that solutions are available (at a price that is not preventative to using them)
  2. Legislation: As across the globe governments are tackling the accessibility of information and forcing organizations to comply.

However, it is important to recognize that CMS solutions themselves have also evolved to the point where they are now:

  • Genuinely easy to use
  • Easier to deploy with pre-built, modular applications
  • Stable products that are constantly developed by dedicated developers 
  • Less costly (which in turn improves the return on investment)
  • Standards enforcing - so that the legislative requirements can be met using the tools
  • Strategically significant to organizations operations.

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