Plone integrates with Active Directory, Salesforce, LDAP, SQL, Web Services. LDAP or Oracle. Based on Python and the Zope libraries, Plone has a technological edge that has has helped it attain the best security track record of any major CMS.
Its features include Easy collaboration and sharing, Versioning, history and reverting content, visual HTML editor, Powerful workflow capabilities, Flexible authentication back-end, Full-text indexing of Word and PDF documents, Support for the search engine Sitemap protocol, Support for multiple mark-up formats, Wiki support, Rules engine for content, Portlets engine, LiveSearch, Outstanding multilingual content management, Time-based publishing, Human-readable URLs, Easy-to-use, powerful graphical page editor, Resource compression, Powerful caching proxy integration, Workflow, Powerful standard content types, Content is automatically formatted for printing, Pervasive RSS feed support, Automatic image scaling and thumbnail generation, Rich ecosystem of free add-on products, Cross-platform, Comment capabilities on any content, Simple installer packages for multiple platforms, WebDAV and FTP support, In-context editing, "Hot backup" support.
Professional support, development, hosting & training are also provided.
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Welcome to Plone's Project Page for the Google Highly Open Participation ContestAbout PlonePlone is a user-friendly, highly evolved system for managing web pages online â€”also sometimes called a Content Management System, or CMS. Plone is particularly good at handling multiple languages, modeling organizational processes and integrating with existing systems. It's easy to get started with Plone, and it installs on any desktop or laptop computer that runs Windows, Mac OS X or Linux. Plone runs a
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