CMS – Content Management System
Content Management System is a Computer Program/Software that allows publishing and maintaining contents on the World Wide Web (WWW). They make the task of creating a Website or a blog, as simple as it could be. Most Content Management Systems comes with ready-to-use templates, which are pre-tested and can be directly applied on any site.
The most common and widely used Content Management Systems are:
CMS – Centralized Monitoring System
The Centralized Monitoring System is a data collection system run by the government of India. It enables the government to look into the personal communication, like phone conversations, e-mails or text messages.
CMS – Conversational Monitor System (originally: “Cambridge Monitor System”)
Conversational Monitor System is a simple interactive single-user operating system, that allows each of many simultaneous interactive users to appear to have an entire mainframe computer at their personal disposal.
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