CMS is an acronym that stands for “Content Management System.” A content management system (CMS) is a software application or set of tools used to create, manage and publish digital content. CMS are typically used to manage the content of websites and other online platforms and can be used to create, edit and publish text, images, videos and other types of content.
CMSs are designed to make it easy for non-technical users to manage and update the content of a website or other digital platform. They typically offer a user-friendly interface that allows users to create and edit content, add media files, and publish updates without having to know how to code or use complex software tools. CMS are commonly used by companies, organizations and individuals to manage the content of their websites and other online platforms.