Frequent questions

What is a SAAS CMS?

A CMS SaaS offers all the functionality of a self-installed CMS, and can be configured according to the needs of the company. Enterprise CMS SaaS providers such as CrownPeak, Zesty.io, Kalì, Kentico are suitable for companies that need more scalability, security and marketing features.

Let's imagine you're using software that you don't have to buy and move internally. It exists in the cloud, allowing marketing groups to access and operate from anywhere, without worrying about performance and maintenance. Meanwhile, the SAAS vendor maintains the software, manages the hosting and takes care of all your support requests, all for a low monthly or annual fee as part of an economy of scale environment that allows them to distribute the cost over hundreds of installations. This is SaaS (Software as a Service).

If you buy a CMS from a software vendor or install an open source one, which has traditionally been the most common option until recently, the prices are high, the implementation time is long and you risk getting stuck on vendor updates and support costs.

What is Kali's service fee?

The service expands its range of functions on a weekly basis, to make increasingly efficient and innovative solutions available to customers, which simplify project management and increase its performance. Through the evolutionary maintenance process, the platform is constantly updated according to the most advanced technological and safety standards. In addition to this, the service includes hosting, unlimited disk space and all infrastructure cloud services, including backup and monitoring.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of having proprietary software?

Two important things must be distinguished. The software that manages the lowest layers of the platform, i.e. those that communicate with the infrastructure, and the code that manages the highest part, i.e. the site. The advantage of having proprietary software on the lowest layers is evaluated in terms of performance and security, there are actually no disadvantages. Having an open source is a bit of a chimera as nobody can actually develop on the code that manages the system without leaving the perimeter of updates, so being open source only benefits the small circle of developers who are certified in the project . The same thing goes for Kalì, here too the code can only be touched by certified developers.

As far as site creation methods are concerned, Kalì uses open software and standard libraries, such as HTML 5, Bootstrap, SASS, CSS, Javascript

Why do you say that Kali is more efficient and performs better than other CMS?

Let's take the case of the most common open source CMS, since they work in modules and plugins, to build a site with certain characteristics it is necessary to install many external components that bring about considerable complexity and enormous quantities of code. All this material causes a natural decrease in efficiency with consequent problems related to performance and indexing levels. In Kalì all the features are native and therefore purged of redundant code, therefore the result is a light and essential product, oriented only to the purpose for which it has been parameterized.

What if I want to switch systems, for example switch to another platform?

Kalì exports all contents and structure both through API and DB backup. Once you have this information, migration to any platform is very simple.

Is it true that anyone can work in Kalì even at the client programming level?

The management of the site and its functions can be used freely by anyone familiar with digital communication, as regards the layout part, the more a person has webdesigner skills, the more the possibilities before him increase, let's say that the more prepared an operator is, the more high is the result he can achieve. Furthermore, Kalì has complete manuals both on the editor and webdesigner side, so as with all content management services and tools, it is sufficient to update a little

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