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Red Hat at Content Management Europe 2003 Expo
RalieghUnited States, November 26, 2003
Red Hat to present open source applications for content management.
The Red Hat Content Management System is a complete workflow-based engine for managing content in intranet, extranet, and Internet settings. CMS allows companies to expand the contributor base while improving cohesiveness and control of content.
The Red Hat Portal Server is a servlet-based framework for personalized and group-oriented aggregation and delivery of information. It provides access to new and existing applications in an organization's infrastructure and presents the information in a centralized way.
Red Hat will be located at stand 358 at the Olympia Grand Hall.