OpenCms in the CMS Garden @ CeBIT 2013

February 26, 2013

The leading open source solutions are present in the CMS Garden. We are all in.

Check out OpenCms in the CMS garden @ CeBit 2013 in Hannover

Alkacon Software and the OpenCms community will present OpenCms in the CMS Garden at the CeBIT 2013.

CeBIT in Hannover is the world’s largest IT trade fair. This year’s CeBIT takes place from March 5 to March 9, 2013. The CMS Garden is located in Hall 6, close to the open source park.

In the CMS Garden, ambassadors from more than ten open source CMS communities will present their systems in a shared booth of about 100m2. Visitors can compare the different approaches of the various CMS to find the solution best suited for their needs.

The most relevant Open Source Content Management Systems. All in one place. With expert members of each community on hand to help you get started. Compare the options and choose the right Open Source CMS for you and your business.

Visit us in the CMS Garden and we will present you the exiting new features of OpenCms 8.5 in a live installation.

CMS-Garden @ CeBIT 2013 
When: 05.-09.03.2013 
Where: Hall 6 - CeBIT 2013 - Hannover

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