Content management systems (CMSs) have been in use for 20+ years, but only in the past several years has the term “headless CMS” become popular; and it has already begun to revolutionize the experience across digital channels and devices.
However, today’s pureplay headless CMS lacks many of the core capabilities of a “traditional” CMS. That’s why a hybrid CMS is the next generation of content management — it combines all of the advantages of a headless CMS with those of a more traditional enterprise class CMS.
This e-Book has been prepared for technical and non-technical audiences to answer the most common questions that arise when we hear the terms hybrid, headless and decoupled CMS:
- What is a headless CMS and Content-as-a-Service?
- How is it different than a traditional or decoupled CMS?
- What role does Content-as-a-Service play?
- Why is a hybrid CMS the next generation of a headless CMS?
- What are the business and technical benefits of a hybrid and headless CMS?
- What are the key criteria in selecting a hybrid CMS vendor?