Getting your website Christmas-ready

How to give your website a Christmas makeover

 

Christmas isn’t just a time to put up a tree and decorate your home. During the winter season, website owners can get creative and upgrade their website design to make their page more festive. That way customers can get into the Christmas spirit too. If you’re looking to make...

 

iCloud with a custom domain

How to use iCloud with a custom email domain

 

The new premium subscription iCloud+ gives users the opportunity to use Apple’s popular cloud service with additional features. Among other things, the paid membership allows you to link the iCloud with your personal domain to send emails in the usual Apple environment using a...

 

What is dropshipping?

What is dropshipping?

 

Dropshipping is an e-commerce business model that allows an online shop to sell items without having to stock or ship them itself. Instead, deliveries are made via a wholesaler or directly via the manufacturer. In this article, we will go over how this type of collaboration comes...

 

How much does a domain cost?

How much does a domain name cost? Tips for planning your budget

 

Whether professional or private, you can gain awareness with your own website. However, in many cases this comes at a price. Besides hosting and web design you also have to consider your Internet address – your domain. But how much does a domain name cost? Find out what factors...

 

Business Christmas cards

The right etiquette for business Christmas cards

 

Christmas cards for clients are a good opportunity to communicate your appreciation, look back on a successful year of working together, and show your optimism for future work. We’ll explain what successful corporate Christmas cards for clients look like, what to consider and...

 

Promote your website

Promoting your website: crash course for beginners

 

There are well over one billion websites worldwide. If you’re a newcomer and want to improve your online presence, you need a well-thought-out strategy and a lot of patience. But solid online marketing efforts can give a website the desired reach. From SEM, to display, to mobile:...

 

Excel SEARCH: tips for using the Excel SEARCH function

The SEARCH function in Excel gives you the ability to quickly perform complex analyses of large data sets, clean up your data, and stay on top of your documents. When used correctly, the Excel SEARCH function is a highly effective tool. In this overview, you’ll learn more about how to use this convenient feature.

What is RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks)?

When the RAID concept was first introduced in the late 1980s, it was primarily intended as an alternative to high cost hard drives on mainframes. While the issue of cost has shifted somewhat into the background, RAID storage systems are still in demand because of their high reliability in a server environment. What’s behind the technology and what are the various RAID levels?

What is metadata?

Metadata is generated by many applications in the digital world. If this data is collected and analysed en masse, it poses a serious risk to privacy. But metadata doesn’t have to be dangerous. The term is broad and encompasses a lot of useful techniques. In this article we’ll explore the meaning of metadata with some examples.

What is a yottabyte?

We tend to work with megabytes and gigabytes on a daily basis. The yottabyte, however – while the largest unit for data volumes – is less well-known. But this unit of information gives an exciting insight into how much data is in circulation worldwide. We’ll explain the size of a yottabyte and how it is converted into other units for storage capacity.

What is a terabyte?

When you purchase a hard drive, you’ll likely come across the term terabyte which refers to the data quantity common storage media can back up. But the designation raises the question of ‘how large is a terabyte anyway’? Find out more about this unit of information, about the difference between terabytes and terabits, and how it can be converted into other units.

Setting up out-of-office in Thunderbird – here’s how

Configuring an out-of-office message in Mozilla’s Thunderbird informs others that you will not receive or read emails for a certain period of time. It may not always be best to use Thunderbird, but instead send an out-of-office mail using your email provider – we’ll show you how both work.

The best web fonts: why web-safe fonts are important

Web-safe fonts refer to fonts that can be used on the web without safety concerns. The key factor here is whether the respective fonts can be displayed correctly by as many browsers as possible. Here, we reveal why the list of safe web fonts continues to expand and why web fonts play an important role in a successful online presence for a company.

Petabyte – what is it?

The byte is a unit of information that makes it easy to specify the storage capacity of data carriers. Large units such as petabytes are now commonly used to express growing data volumes globally in simple figures. But what is their capacity? We compare petabytes with known quantities such as megabytes or gigabytes and explain how their conversion works.

Nibble meaning – what is it?

While the term ‘nibble’ is still largely unknown, units of information such as gigabyte and megabyte are used frequently. But what amount of data do these terms actually describe? To answer this question, we must understand the meaning of smaller units such as bits, bytes, and the nibble. Find out more about these units of information and how their conversion works.

Google Drive alternatives: the best options compared

The cloud storage service Google Drive is one of the most popular solutions of its kind. Users appreciate the large amount of free storage and the proximity to various other Google services. Nevertheless, the search for a Google Drive alternative can pay off: Many alternative services are quite convincing in terms of data protection, security, and especially in their price-performance package.


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