Content Delivery

“Con­tent De­liv­ery” is a nov­el con­cept that de­scribes the dis­tri­bu­tion of in­for­ma­tion in an ap­pli­ca­tion and us­er-friend­ly way. It is based on con­tent ma­n­age­ment pro­cess­es and meth­ods and ex­tends them: Not on­ly mo­d­u­lar in­for­ma­tion from CM sys­tems are be­ing tak­en in­to ac­count, but al­so a mul­ti­tude of other in­for­ma­tion sources.

In 2013, Prof. Zie­gler defined the ac­cord­ing por­tal ap­pli­ca­tions as con­tent de­liv­ery por­tals (CDP):

"CDPs pro­vide mo­d­u­lar or ag­gre­gat­ed in­for­ma­tion in a way so that they can be ac­cessed by dif­fer­ent tar­get groups over the web by means of con­tent-based search mech­anisms."

The ac­cord­ing con­cepts are be­ing de­vel­oped at the In­sti­tute for In­for­ma­tion and Con­tent Ma­n­age­ment (I4ICM). The tech­ni­cal scope ranges from en­ter­prise and in­tranet por­tals to ma­chine-bound on­site and on­line help sys­tems, mo­bile ap­pli­ca­tions and apps.

Further information

You can down­load the in­tro­duc­to­ry pre­sen­ta­tion on con­tent de­liv­ery by Prof. Zie­gler held at the tekom an­nu­al con­fer­ence 2013:

Alles muss raus - Con­tent De­liv­ery auf Ba­sis mo­d­u­lar­er In­for­ma­tio­nen [Ger­man].