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Selecting a CMS Based on Ease of Use

Source: Telerik
Businesses have a wide range of offerings to choose from when it comes to content management systems (CMSs). Among the many CMS selection criteria, ease of use is the most important. The easier a system is to use, the more adoption it will gain within the organization—especially when content management is becoming recognized as a marketing platform instead of being driven solely by IT. Find out more.


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