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Choice of CMS – Your Replies

July 12th, 2012 by Erick Beck

A few weeks ago I asked for a count of which Content Management Systems are being used across campus. The list below is what was submitted. Many of us use a mixture of more than one system. I tried to list each user only with their primary system and then make notes of other systems they use there.

This is a far from complete list of university web sites, but I suspect it is pretty representative. If you haven’t replied and still want to, either add a comment here or send me an email and I will update the list.

The results are:

Hannon Hill Cascade

  • Texas A&M IT – both for their own sites and for those they build for customers
  • Marketing & Communications
  • Texas A&M Foundation – possibly transitioning to iModules
  • Health Science Center – also WordPress on a few sites
  • Libraries

WordPress

  • Texas A&M at Qatar
  • Agrilife – also some on legacy Percussion CMS
  • Entomology
  • Performance Studies
  • Biological & Agricultural Engineering
  • System Offices – currently many other systems including Silverstripe, SiteFinity, and Graffiti.
  • TTI Communications

Drupal

  • College of Education – and others, but trying to standardize on Drupal
  • Student Affairs
  • Student Organizations
  • Chemistry (for calendaring)

Umbraco

  • Division of Finance
  • College of Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Department of Ecosystem Science and Management
  • Texas AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Dallas
  • Texas AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Temple
  • Texas Water Resources Institute / Institute of Renewable Natural Resources

Sharepoint

  • Corps of Cadets – plus custom code

Django

  • College of Architecture

Kentico

  • Provost IT – currently running on a host of CMS, working to migrate everything to Kentico. This will ultimately be a fairly long list of sites from several large offices on campus who they support.

Typo3

  • Agricultural & Food Policy Center

Custom Built

  • Biochemistry – hoping to migrate to WordPress

No CMS

  • College of Science
  • Chemistry – looking to migrate, probably to Drupal
  • Transportation Services

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