Gartner Research

Reimaging Content Management for a Digital World

Published: 16 July 2013

ID: G00252485

Analyst(s): Allen Weiner


An increasing need for high-volume, timely content and consumer interest in mobile news consumption are changing the strategic and technological roles of content management for publishers.

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  • Impacts


Impacts and Recommendations

  • An explosion in the amount of content and variety of sources has rendered older CMS technology inadequate to handle the growing glut of information
  • Publishers still rely on multiple CMS implementations to manage print and digital workflows and distribution
  • The rise in content curation requires publishers to use existing CMS platforms that are generally ill-equipped to handle the new task

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