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Content and Commerce: How Data, Content and Microservices Drive Sales

by: Alexandra Barcelona | 08.08.2018

Content is driving eCommerce sales growth like never before. Here’s why that is, and how a microservice architecture can help deliver data-driven content that drives sales.

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dotCMS 5.0: More Than a Software Update

Will Ezell | 08.07.2018

We’ve made a company-wide decision to make dotCMS the most user-friendly CMS in the marketplace, and dotCMS 5.0 is a giant step in that direction.

Content as Infrastructure: An Infrastructure You Can Scale With

Will Ezell | 08.06.2018

An enterprise CMS needs more than headless content management and a list of features. It needs an underlying infrastructure that you can scale with.

Headless CMS vs Hybrid CMS: How dotCMS Goes Beyond Headless

Will Ezell | 07.24.2018

What’s the difference between a headless CMS and a hybrid CMS, and which one is best suited for an enterprise?

Container Orchestration: Running dotCMS in Kubernetes

Brent Griffin | 07.18.2018

Organizations are always looking for ways to make their technology infrastructure more flexible and scalable, and dotCMS is no different. That is why we have invested significant d...

Content as Infrastructure: a Headless CMS that Works With You (Not Against You)

Will Ezell | 07.09.2018

Having a headless CMS isn’t the end game. To truly orchestrate customer experiences across touchpoints (not to mention internal employee experiences), you need a headless CMS that ...

How Hyper-Personalization Helps Improve the Employee Experience

Jason Smith | 07.03.2018

Improving the employee experience is high on every enterprise’s priority list. Here’s how hyper-personalization can help.

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