CMS Critic Staff

CMS Critic Staff

By CMS Critic Staff

April 22, 2021

Strapi, a leading open-source headless CMS, has announced the release of Strapi v3.6, which includes a highly anticipated content internationalization (i18n) feature as part of their Community Edition. Now, Strapi users will have the ability to create and manage content in multiple languages and locales for free and without limitations – and personalize messages delivered to target audiences... Read More →

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CMS Critic Staff

By CMS Critic Staff

March 5, 2021

Another week, another big twist in the enterprise CMS and DXP battle for market dominance. This time, it’s Sitecore making waves, proving there’s only one thing better than acquiring a strategic company – and that’s buying two at the same time. Just weeks after unveiling a $1.2 billion investment plan to fund innovation and accelerate growth, Sitecore announced it has entered... Read More →

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CMS Critic Staff

By CMS Critic Staff

February 25, 2021

As winter tightens its steely grip across the Northern Hemisphere, digital experience platform vendors have been clenching their jaws in anticipation. But the wait is finally over. Recently, Gartner – the hallowed court of tech industry analysts and prognosticators – published its 2021 Magic Quadrant for Digital Experience Platforms. And like every one of their ubiquitous grids, it has... Read More →

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CMS Critic Staff

By CMS Critic Staff

February 15, 2021

A short while after Amazon said hello to $100 billion in a single quarter, it said goodbye to its founder and CEO, Jeff Bezos. After 30 years, the internet retailer announced that Bezos would step down as chief executive officer and transition to the role of executive chairman. The plan will take effect in Q3 of 2021, with Bezos continuing to work on initiatives like his namesake Earth... Read More →

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CMS Critic Staff

By CMS Critic Staff

February 9, 2021

A few weeks ago, over 2 billion WhatsApp users had a rude awakening. The popular instant messaging service – which was acquired by Facebook in 2014 for a whopping $19 billion – pushed out a change to its privacy terms. If you read the message on the app’s home screen, it doesn’t say much: But dig a little deeper and you’ll find a daunting 4000-word privacy policy that... Read More →

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