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T4 Version 8 »

On October 12th, 2016 version 8 of the TerminalFour web content management system was released to the university. Technology Services is currently in negotiations on how to properly migrate sites from v7 into v8. At the moment the plan is to put new sites (that are not part of a v7 template) into v8, everything else is operations as normal. If your s . . .

OpenText to be retired on March 15th »

As promised, VCU will be turning off the OpenText WCMS effective March 15, 2015. Over two years ago, the university acquired the TerminalFour (T4) web content management system (WCMS) as a replacement for the OpenText WCMS.  Since then, Web Services has provided support for both T4 and OpenText. T4 is cloud based and the T4 vendor manages the se . . .

Brandcenter becomes VCU’s 14th T4-managed website »

Today, the VCU Brandcenter became the 14th VCU website to be managed by the TerminalFour web content management system. . . .

February Web User’s Group Meeting »

The next Web User's Group meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 19th at 10am in Cabell B-35.   The major items of discussion include Web Content Management Systems VCU Branding Standards Helix Media Library Annual Website review and much more If you are interested, please join us.  . . .

Web CMS turns 60 »

The VCU Open Text Web Content Management System (CMS) is now managing 60 production web sites. Today, the VCU Office of the Provost (http://provost.vcu.edu) became the 60th Web CMS managed web site. In total, there are 391 web authors managing the content for these vital VCU web sites. Other Web CMS managed sites include Technology Services, Studen . . .

Web CMS Update »

The Open Text Web Content Management System is now managing 54 VCU web sites.  The two newest being the Massey Cancer Center and Alumni Services. . . .


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