How do you buy a domain name?

How do you buy a domain name? A guide

 

A suitable Internet address is the be-all and end-all when it comes to being found online. Thanks to new, modern top-level domains such as .beauty or .blog, the possibilities for finding a suitable name for your own web project have increased considerably in recent years. How do...

 

Twitter Spaces

Twitter Spaces

 

Twitter is famous - and infamous - for its debate culture. On the platform, you’ll often find never-ending arguments or detailed stories despite the strict character limit. With Twitter Spaces, this should be able to happen a lot more easily and with fewer misunderstandings....

 

What is an .io domain?

What is an .io domain?

 

A distinctive web address that is optimally tailored to your business or project is one of the most important building blocks for online success. As an alternative to classic endings such as .com or .net, the domain .io has also attracted attention in recent years. But what does...

 

Data centre security

How secure is a data centre?

 

When people talk about how secure cloud services are, they usually focus on issues such as data protection and defence against cyber-attacks. A major fire at a French cloud provider in early March raised the question of how well Internet data centres are protected against...

 

Set up a Valheim server

Creating a Valheim server: Here’s how

 

Fans of Norse mythology will get their money’s worth in the survival game ‘Valheim’. Up to ten players can explore the game world together, collect resources, build huts, and defeat monsters or end-bosses. Your own dedicated Valheim server will best suit this multiplayer style of...

 

Most popular domain extensions

Would you have guessed? These are the most popular domain extensions in 2021!

 

The most popular domain extensions (also called ‘top-level domains’ or ‘TLDs’ for short) have been available on the Internet for over thirty years. Millions of websites have opted for these endings. Country-specific domain extensions are up high in the top 10 list – is the .us...

 

Clubhouse app

Clubhouse app: what’s behind the hype?

 

Clubhouse has caught the attention of users through its new approach. Instead of writing to each other, users talk to one another – at the same time and at eye level. Discussions and lectures run exclusively through audio. There’s no video or texting. So, you can listen to other...

 

How secure is a data centre?

When people talk about how secure cloud services are, they usually focus on issues such as data protection and defence against cyber-attacks. A major fire at a French cloud provider in early March raised the question of how well Internet data centres are protected against physical threats such as fire. What should cloud users bear in mind when choosing their provider and is there anything they can...

TV boxes in comparison: streaming at the touch of a button

A TV box or streaming stick is the perfect alternative for anyone who wants to stream movies and series from online providers as well as standard TV channels – without sacrificing the enjoyment of a large screen. TV boxes provide all streaming services and TV channels in one device. But which TV box is best for your needs? We compare the best TV boxes available in 2021.

Cloud native in simple terms

The term cloud native has been all the rage in software development for some time now. But what is cloud native exactly and how is it implemented? This agile development approach aims to develop applications in a way that allows them to be seamlessly integrated into a cloud infrastructure. Here you will learn more about the features and advantages of the cloud native architecture.

Memcached vs. Redis: a comparison

If you’re looking for a powerful open-source solution for in-memory data storage, you’ll almost certainly find yourself asking ‘Memcached or Redis’? The two databases have a lot in common, but there are some fundamental differences too. Read on to find out which system best meets your requirements.

Memcached: the in-memory store in simple terms

Memcached is a cache server whose function is to store and quickly retrieve data from memory. This popular open-source solution is well-suited to support demanding web applications since its response times are just a few milliseconds. In this article, you will learn how Memcached works and what advantages and disadvantages it has.

What is a subdomain?

Most people will have launched a mobile website with the prefix ‘m.’ at some point. Or maybe you’ve landed on an English-language page with an ‘en.’ in front of it? In both cases, you have called up a subdomain. But what is a subdomain? And when does it make sense to use one? We’ll discuss the purpose of a subdomain and how relevant subdomains are for SEO.

What does lol mean? Internet abbreviations and acronyms

What does lol mean? Anyone who regularly spends time online has surely encountered the expression before. The Internet is home to numerous expressions that might appear cryptic to the uninitiated. Luckily, it’s pretty easy to catch on quickly. Keep reading to find out what lol stands for, how to use it, and what other online abbreviations you should be aware of.

The 8 best YouTube alternatives at a glance

YouTube has revolutionised the internet: since it was founded, it has been inundated with video content and more than a billion users have been recorded. No other alternative has come close to this impressive number. But what are the other alternatives to YouTube and what do they have to offer? Here are the eight best YouTube alternatives at a glance.

GAIA-X: the European digital project

Google, Amazon, Facebook, Alibaba, Tencent: Data infrastructure is dominated by a few large corporations, none of which come from Europe. GAIA-X aims to change that. German politicians, businesspeople, and researchers hope the project will strengthen the development of European digital projects, and increase the importance of transparency, data protection, and cloud independence.

The Shift key – functions and keyboard shortcuts

The most important function of the Shift key is to switch between uppercase and lowercase letters. These two keys on the bottom left and right side of the keyboard originate from the days of mechanical typewriters. The Shift keys on your keyboard have a range of other interesting functions on your Windows PC. In this article, we’ll walk you through them.


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