Managing a website used to be a highly-specialized task reserved for those who were skilled in HTML. You had to rely on an IT person to make changes or perhaps outsource changes to a website company who might take days or even weeks to respond. However, today’s websites function as information hubs and waiting for an IT person or a website company to make changes to your website is not an acceptable process anymore. So, today’s websites are managed with a Content Management System, also called a “CMS” for short. In short, a CMS is a web-based platform that allows you to manage day-to-day content updates on the website, regardless of your programming skills and web development experience.