DotNetNuke - Great Content Management System
Boris Skylar | TrustRadius Reviewer
December 22, 2014

DotNetNuke - Great Content Management System

Score 10 out of 10
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Software Version

7.2.2

Modules Used

  • Core modules and custom modules

Overall Satisfaction with Evoq Content

DotNetNuke product was used to build company public-facing corporate and internal intranet websites. We had replaced old static website that required a lot of maintenance by IT staff. Any small change of contents required programming resource that was not always available. When we implemented DNN content management system IT programming resource has been completely freed up and content changes are now performed by Marketing and Corporate Service manager.
  • DNN is easy to install, configure and administer
  • DNN is a full-scale content management system that offers many options for managing blogs, photo galleries, files and communication
  • DNN is secure and offers flexible role-based security architecture
  • DotNetNuke integration with Active Directory can be improved
  • Ability for DNN modules to communicate (send-receive data) is missing and can be helpful if in place
  • DNN could offer wizard-type tools for custom modules development
  • DNN allowed to eliminate the need for developer resources when managing websites contents
  • DNN allowed to quickly build modern websites with rich contents and flexible functionalty
  • DNN allowed to easily implement complex security access
DNN is an open source and is a primary choice for easy to use and use to build website for content management needs. DNN offers rich functionality utilizing core modules. Also, DNN offers an easy integration with third-party custom modules.
DNN is a widely used product; the development team provides timely new releases and a comprehensive roadmap. DNN is a preferred choice when it comes to cost of ownership for small-size business.
DNN is well-designed open source platform that is intended to allow management of websites without much technical knowledge, and to be extensible through a large number of third-party apps to provide functionality not included in the DNN core modules.