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Presented by: Simple Solutions

Overview


Thank you


History of project


Zoho Notebook


Drupla


Joomla


Website presentation


Project History


Steans

Center requested collaboration
tool


No budget


Team of 9 students formed
-
Simple
Solutions


Three software collaboration tools
choosen


Each software packaged ranked
according to requirements

Zoho Notebook


Strength in Numbers


Lies not in the application itself, but in it’s
integration with other application types.


Online Notebook


Text, HTML, Audio, Video, RSS Feeds,
Files, Spreadsheets, Presentation Slides.



System Requirements

1.
Central Location for All Users to
Access/Modify Documentation


Central Location


For All Users (both Public & Private)


To Access/Modify Documentation

2.
Allow Document Storage, History, and
Version Control


Allows Document Storage


History and Version Control


System Requirements

3.
Allow Synchronous and Asynchronous


Communication

4.
Allow Event/Task Tracking Capabilities

5.
Include Issue Tracking and Resolution
History

6.
Include Calendar/Scheduling
Functionality






The Bottom Line


A Document Repository:

A+


Accessibility:



A
-


Easy of Use:



A+


Price:




A+


Collaboration:


A


Project Management:

C


Drupal


Pros


Versatile
-

Drupal can be modified in many
ways with different modules


Allows for setting permissions for individual
users


Adding and updating content is simple


Can easily change the look and colors of the
webpage


Works well with dynamic websites

Drupal Cont.


Cons


Intended for users with a very technical
background


More difficult to manage content then on
other CMS


Some functionality does not work right out of
the box


Harder to make a “prettier” page, less add
-
ins available to do this

Joomla


Overall, Joomla is an excellent CMS for
basic to complex websites. The blogging
feature is not highly developed (but you
can add a blogging component for open
source), nor is the capacity to multi
-
purpose your content in different areas of
the site due to the rigid filing structure it
requires. It has a large user base where
the websites seem to be more personal,
small business, and non
-
community
-
building sites.

Joomla
-

Pros


Easy deployment


Only software needed is Apache webserver,
MySQL, and PHP for internal web server or install
via hosting site


More intuitive administration user interface


Editing content is simple


Lots of polished modules for things like calendars,
polls, etc.


Easy addition of modules


Versioning is available


Large community of developers (more than
Drupal) for helping with setup and development


Multi
-
lingual




Joomla
-

Cons


1 installation of the software gives you 1
website


Categories can only go two levels deep


Limited roles and permission allowances


Modules cost you money (Although there is
open source available)


URLs are not search engine friendly (there is a
purchaseable module)


Out
-
of
-
the
-
box blogging functionality is
mediocre


Templates are not easily modified unless
expert in PHP or CSS


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