Glossary

  • APIs

    API stands for application programming interface. APIs help facilitate seamless communication between software systems and applications, helping them exchange data and access functionality.

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  • Content Analytics

    One of the key components of content analytics is the use of metrics to measure and track the performance of content.

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  • Content Delivery Networks (CDNs)

    Content delivery networks, commonly referred to as CDNs, are a network of servers distributed globally to provide faster content delivery based on end-user location. 

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  • Content Hub

    Whether it’s called a content library, topic gateway, or a resources center,  a content hub is a centralized digital space where an organization’s published content is organized, stored, and managed. 

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  • Digital Asset Management (DAM)

    Digital asset management (DAM) solutions help companies with large content libraries organize, store, and distribute their digital assets, improving brand consistency, collaboration, and productivity.

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  • Digital Experience Platform (DXP)

    Packaged or composable, digital experience platforms (DXPs) integrate technologies such as CMS, CDP, and DAM into a single solution to deliver consistent digital experiences for audiences across multiple channels.

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  • DNS (Domain Name System)

    DNS enables internet navigation by translating user-friendly domain names into IP addresses, using DNS lookup, DNS queries, DNS caching, and DNS records.

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  • Enterprise Content Management Systems

    Enterprise content management is the all-encompassing strategy and process of creating, managing, storing, preserving, and delivering content across digital channels.

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  • Enterprise-Grade, Managed WordPress Hosting

    Unlike self-hosting, enterprise-grade, managed WordPress hosting empowers large organizations with content flexibility, better performance, and stronger security.

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  • FedRAMP

    FedRAMP® authorization is a prerequisite for organizations seeking to do business with the U.S. It streamliness the security assessment process, ensuring consistency and efficiency while maintaining stringent security standards.

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  • Headless Content Management Systems

    Headless CMS is more complex than traditional CMS, which can increase costs and dependence on developers. Still, there’s a reason headless is increasing in popularity.

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  • Website Migration

    A website migration refers to the process of transferring a website’s content, data, design, site structure, and functionality from one environment to another.

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  • WordPress Block Editor (Formerly Gutenberg Editor)

    The block editor for WordPress provides a user-friendly way to create and manage content. In this article, we’ll explain what it is and how to use it.

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  • WordPress Ecommerce

    Learn more about how WordPress ecommerce helps businesses scale and drive revenue with intuitive tools, ready-built themes, and customized plugins.

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  • WordPress Multisite

    WordPress multisite is a WordPress feature that allows you to create and manage a network of multiple websites from a …

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  • WordPress REST API for the Enterprise

    Learn how the WordPress REST API helps enterprises create custom solutions for better workflows, efficiency, and integration with systems.

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  • WordPress Security

    Learn about the importance of improving WordPress security for sites and ways to mitigate risk from potential vulnerabilities and attacks.

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