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  • Why do I need a CMS?
    For many organizations the need for a Content Management System (CMS) boils down to two main factors; Internal pressure: the desire to easily create and manage content in a more efficient manner...
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  • What is a headless CMS?
    Unlike a traditional CMS, which combines content management and front-end delivery, a headless CMS has no default front-end system to determine how the content is presented to the end user....
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  • What is a decoupled CMS?
    A decoupled CMS — a term that best describes Coredna — is a headless CMS, and then some. With a decoupled CMS, your content is managed separately and is front-end agnostic, just like a headless...
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  • Is Core dna a headless CMS or a Decoupled CMS?
    Core dna is a decoupled CMS, meaning we have headless content management build in, but we also give you the front-end tools you need to present your content to your end user.   
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  • Why should I use Core dna instead of Wordpress (or Drupal, Joomla, or other CMS)?
    Core dna is an enterprise platform. What this means is that all the aspects of the technology are provided for your business. There is no need for you or your team to develop or manage any...
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  • What differentiates Core dna from other CMS options?
    Experience, Capability, and Technology are what separate Core dna from the rest. Experience The Core dna platform is the product of over a decade of experience in web solutions. Capitalize on our...
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  • What do you mean when you say the platform of tools you provide is integrated?
    The "platform of tools" refers to the different product applications available within Core dna. The Core dna platform includes a range of applications that act as "tools" to make your...
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