Not long ago, everyone was talking about headless CMS, a CMS that provides backend content management capabilities and an open API. While headless is still popular for companies with a strong development team, the new talk of the town is the hybrid CMS, which gives you the best of both worlds – an open content API and the ability to create loosely coupled web experiences with the CMS platform. Interested in finding the best hybrid CMS? Here are the questions you'll want to ask yourself when choosing a hybrid CMS.
There are many reasons a company may decide it’s time to purchase a new web content management system. The one they use now could be at its end of life; they could be working with an outdated custom-built solution, the CMS they have may not provide the functionality needed. Regardless of the reason, the big question is how do you decide which CMS is the right one? To answer that, you need to focus on ROI.
In the business world, there is a big demand for headless content management. Headless CMS helps businesses to meet the intense content demands placed on them by enabling them to create content once and make it available to all channels using an API. Do higher education institutes have the same challenge? We think so. Here are just a few reasons why headless matters in Higher Education.
Why would you want to use a hybrid content management system as opposed to a traditional headless solution? Things like deployment options, platform maturity, and content management features and capabilities can make a big difference in your decision. In this blog, we outline three great reasons why you should consider a hybrid CMS solution when considering "going headless," and how to choose the CMS solution that's right for you and your organization.
What is the difference between traditional, headless and hybrid content management system? Why would you choose one over the other? We addressed these questions in a recent webinar with the help of Tony White, founder of Ars Logica, a consulting and advisory firm in Boston. In the webinar, our Vice President of Product Development, Nathan Eggen also provided a few examples of headless and hybrid CMS to help you understand how each works. Read on for a full recap of the webinar, then watch the recording for yourself!
What is a "hybrid CMS" and how is it different from other content management systems? Most content management systems on the market today are only designed to deliver content to one or a few channels. This is not the case with hybrid CMS, a platform that supports multiple content deployment options through a single application. In this blog, we dive in to explore this game changing solution, and how it’s changing the way organizations are managing and delivering content.
In the first part of our interview with Cruce Saunders, founder of [A] and a content intelligence expert, we talked about the need for content strategy, content engineering, and several success factors related to producing omnichannel content. In part two of our interview, we chat about the future of the CMS market and what it means for digital content strategy. Cruce also explores how new technology will affect content strategy in the future and what most organizations can expect from ROI.
Cruce Saunders of [A] discusses intelligent content strategy in today's changing content management environment. In this Ingeniux interview, Cruce discusses how in order to keep up in this space organizations must embrace change by creating agile content experiences that adapt to the dynamic nature of today's digital experience landscape. See what else Cruce had to say in the full Ingeniux interview.
A CMS is not a CMS is not a CMS. Confused? Probably no more confused than trying to understand the difference between types of headless content management systems. Be confused no more with our quick and simple overview of the types of headless options out there, so you can make the best decision possible when it comes time to selecting your headless CMS.
In today's digital world it is essential to have the ability to publish to multiple channels. And the number of channels out there increases almost daily. With an ever-expanding number of channels to distribute content to, it is essential for organizations to have content management and distribution solutions that can adapt. Part of that means adopting a structured - or intelligent - content strategy. Learn more about structured content and how it is perhaps the only solution to true multichannel publishing.