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Set up a Valheim server

Set up 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 gameplay. Find out here what you need and how to create your own server.

AWS alternatives

AWS Alternatives and how to find them

When we think of cloud computing, the abbreviation AWS immediately springs to mind: Amazon Web Services. After all, AWS has always been the market leader in cloud computing. However, AWS is not the best solution for every company. Today, there are several excellent AWS alternatives. In this article, we’ll discuss what makes a good cloud service provider and how to make the best choice.

Cloud disaster recovery

Cloud Disaster Recovery: well-prepared for worst case scenario

One of the biggest tasks for IT managers is to ensure the long-term security of data, software, and hardware. Where issues arise, a rapid recovery is essential. Cloud Disaster Recovery (Cloud DR) is a concept that is ideally suited for these purposes. But what exactly distinguishes cloud protection and how does it differ from conventional backup solutions?

Data sovereignty

Data sovereignty: an explanation

What happens to digital data after a company stores contacts, emails, and files in the cloud? Businesses that work with third-party providers need to know who retains data sovereignty over business and customer data when it is stored on external servers. Read on to find out how data sovereignty is legally regulated.

Dark data

Dark data

You may have heard of dark data – data that exists in secret. Nowadays, organisations collect and store more data than ever before. But only a small portion of that data is actually analysed – the tip of the iceberg. The remainder is referred to as dark data. Our article explains how such data is created.

Benefits of cloud computing

Cloud computing: The benefits

Cloud computing has established itself as the dominant model when it comes to IT infrastructure. Instead of operating hardware themselves, companies rent the required resources and services. For most businesses, this approach offers numerous advantages in terms of cost-effectiveness, data protection, and collaboration. We provide an overview and conclude with the disadvantages of cloud computing.

Managed Service Provider (MSP)

Managed service provider: What is an MSP?

Outsourcing IT services to external providers is an efficient and cost-effective option for small and medium-sized companies so they can meet growing digital needs. Managed service providers offer a broad range of IT services, which makes them great partners to work with. Our article explains all about managed services.

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 physical threats such as fire. What should cloud users bear in mind when choosing their provider and is there anything they can...

Vendor Lock-In

What is vendor lock-in and how can you avoid it?

The term vendor lock-in has traditionally been used in connection with the use of proprietary software. But vendor lock-in also plays a crucial role in the age of the cloud. How exactly does vendor lock-in happen and what measures can a company take to protect itself? Read on to find out how to prevent it.

What is the cloud?

What is the cloud?

The cloud is accessible at any time and from almost any place with an internet connecting, allowing you to access saved data and software for business processes or private use. Data that is stored in the cloud is located on external providers’ servers, outside of your own IT network. Cloud computing is increasingly becoming an efficiency factor in companies but is also of growing interest to...


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