Ingeniux Releases Native Mac OS X Client For Web CM

Apr 29, 2003

Ingeniux Corporation, a provider of XML-based Web content management software, has announced the immediate availability of Ingeniux Content Management System for Mac OS X 10.2. Ingeniux CMS for Mac OS X is a native application, enabling Mac-based content contributors to create, manage, and update Web content. Early adopters of the Macintosh client include University of Virginia and Franklin and Marshall College. Ingeniux CMS is designed to provide a complete Web content management and publishing system for developing, managing, and deploying Web content throughout the enterprise. The Ingeniux CMS Client for Macintosh is supported on OS X 10.2 ("Jaguar") and works with all browsers. Key features now available to Macintosh users include the following: Editing capabilities--end-users can update text, add new pages, drag-and-drop content from common applications, spell check all content, and rollback to previous versions through the user interface. Photo gallery--users have access to a permissions-based photo gallery of thumbnail images that allows them to upload, insert, and drag-and-drop selected images into their assigned pages. Team collaboration--multiple users can safely work together on the same site. The Check-In/Check-Out feature indicates whether a team member is editing a particular page, preventing accidental overwrites. Configurable workflow--workflow tools track and manage content contributions throughout the workflow process, allowing site administrators to control how and when items get published to the Web.