Form follows function.
The primary function of a CMS is that of content. And that’s the function most CMS products/platforms address. Out-of-the-box, most CMS allow you to manage content efficiently. Everything else is secondary.
There are a lot of products out there. And, I mean a lot! A cursory search will not only show you the usual suspects, but also products that offer CMS functionality as a part of their offerings. And it’s not suprising. Going by the definitions, any system that allows you to manage content, could theoretically, be called one. Read More
Before CMS became mainstream, companies that focused on content (read: newspapers and other publishers) faced a monumental task. Publishing on websites required considerable time, effort and resources. Each page had to be painstakingly created and linked by programmers onto websites that largely resembled folders like – they still exist on various operating systems. Read More
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