Maybe It's No Longer Content Management
Perhaps it's context management
Has the idea of the content management system become passé, or at least no longer innovative?
You might think so, based on a recent decision by Gartner, the famed tech-trend predictor that had long kept an eye on the space through something it calls the Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management. Well, until now: After publishing the report for roughly two decades, Gartner decided to drop it this year.
Those 20 or so years encompassed a lot of trends—the explosion of blogging, the growing influence of open-source software on online publishing (particularly WordPress and Drupal), the emergence of Web 2.0 and responsive design, and more recent content management approaches like JAMstack and the “headless CMS.” In 2020, however, Gartner has decided we need another term for the digital content space that better matches the market. As CMSWire notes, the firm is taking a broader approach with its new report, Magic Quadrant for Digital Experience Platforms.
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