Collaborative Portal Server (CPS) is the most complete Open Source solution available for building ECM applications.
CPS comes also as a user-friendly application for entreprise-grade content management with many collaboration features.
CPS is the collaborative web content management solution for Zope.
CPS is built on top of the powerful Zope application server.
This web portal aims at unifying and providing a common platform to the CPS community.
CPS is backed by Nuxeo and a community of contributors (Chalmers University, Infrae, etc.) and is released under the GPL.
CPS is an extensive collaborative Web content management system (CMS) implemented on top of Zope and the CMF, that enables organizations to easily, quickly and efficiently implement collaborative portals (intranet, extranet or internet) and workflow- oriented business applications.
Here are some key features of "Nuxeo Collaborative Portal Server":
· Collaborative work and publication spaces (you may need to be authenticated with the right access level to access these URLs)
· Document versionning, that allows a document to be published in one version and still worked on in another one
· Group-based, directory-backed user and roles management
· A configurable Portal interface, with a web- and accessibility-standards compliant default look and feel (you will need to be authenticated with the right access level to access this URL)
· Notifications on many kinds of events happening on the system
· An (optional) WYSIWYG editor for portal look and feel (just install CPSSkins in your CPS instance using the ZMI)
· Many user-level services, like a Webmail, Forums, shared Calendars, Newsletters and Mailing Lists, etc.
· Many powerful developers- and webmaster-level services, including support for creating your own document types, your own workflows, etc.
· Zope 2.6.1
What's New in This Release:
· The infrastructure now features more flexibility, an agile paradigm, Web services, and a modern and coherent component architecture.
· High performance and high load (volumes and users) can now be expected from the platform.
· A new look is used, and the user interface was greatly improved for usability.
· AJAX technologies are used for a more responsive interface.
· New applicative components include geo-localization, relations, shared calendaring, mail-as-a-document integration, blogs, wikis, and more.