A Content Management (CMS) that fits your business needs will help to simplify your content management model. It can be used to publish content quickly and easily, and for deploying content with minimum or no developer help, enabling real-time content updates. This article focuses on the basics of Content Management Systems – what they are and what they provide, the different types available, and the most popular providers – as well as some considerations for how to choose the right CMS for your business.
What is a Content Management System?
Content plays a vital role in today’s digital world. In simple words, a Content Management System is computer software used to manage the creation and modification of your digital content. Content Management Systems are commonly used for blogging/community platforms, enterprise content management, and web content management.
Common CMS Features:
1. Robust Content Templates
2. Digital asset management (DAM)
3. Comprehensive Search
4. Versioning for Quick Rollback
5. Simple Workflow/Graphical Workflow
6. Multichannel publishing
7. Localization support
8. Authorized access control
11. Detailed Analytics