Broadcast address

What is a broadcast address and how does it work?

Broadcasting is one of the most diverse means of communicating in a network. A data packet is sent to an entire network from one point, without having to specify one or more recipients. You direct your data packet to the broadcast address to do this. In this article, we explain what the broadcast IP is and how you can find out this address. We also give you a simple explanation of what a broadcast...

Bluetooth

Bluetooth: everything you need to know about the popular wireless standard

“Does it have Bluetooth?” This is a question you hear all the time in electronics stores, which is completely understandable, since this small, blue runic symbol has been a defining marker in our digital lives for quite some time, longer than most other wireless technologies. Even conventional kitchen appliances and motorcycle helmets all come with Bluetooth chips. You will find everything you...

What is Cloud Storage?

Cloud Storage: How does data storage in the cloud work?

Portable storage media such as CDs or USB sticks are still in demand when making backups or transferring files to another device. More and more often however, users also rely on cloud storage solutions that allow data to be outsourced to an external server environment. But what exactly is cloud storage? And how does this storage model offered by various providers work?

Private Cloud

What is a private cloud? More control and security for your business

Should data and processes be handled in a private or public cloud? If a company wants to use cloud computing, they first need to choose one of the many providers available. Using the personalized services offered by a private cloud, companies can address a wide range of business related and operational challenges. Separating operations also makes a private cloud more secure than a public cloud.

Public Cloud

The public cloud – more computing for everyone!

Cloud computing is an important aspect of digitization. An offshoot of this technology is the public cloud, which provides storage space and IT services publicly on the internet. Data protectors see certain dangerous weaknesses in this concept, but public access offers enormous potential, and data protection concerns are increasingly stimulating innovative solutions. We explain what lies behind...

VLAN basics

VLAN | What is a virtual local area network?

A VLAN offers you the chance of quickly creating a more orderly and cost-effective large company network. Administrators know how difficult it is to change the entire network installation due to changes in the corporate structure. A virtual LAN allows you to avoid these problems and to easily configure everything through software.

Unicast

Unicast: Targeted connection between two points

Do you want your data to reach just one recipient? Then send a unicast. Whether it is IPv4 or IPv6, unicasts find the right target. Accessing websites, sending e-mails, file transfers all use this form of addressing. But what is technically behind it, and how do unicast and multicast differ?

What is an IP address?

IP addresses: Everything you need to know

Without IP addresses, online communication wouldn’t work. After all, routers – the “post offices” of the internet – need a specific instruction on where to send a data packet. But the topic also has its drawbacks: what else are IP addresses used for, besides websites and emails? Employed as a tool by trackers and hackers, they’re increasingly attracting the attention of data protection advocates.

PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL: a closer look at the object-relational database management system

The PostgreSQL database management system, also known to many as Postgres, has many decades of development behind it. It originally started as a project at Berkeley University in California. Today, the open source database continues to defy solutions from commercial competitors, since the development team is constantly working on its functionality and performance. But what exactly is PostgreSQL?...

Golang

Golang: the simple programming language from Google

Google is best known for its search engine, but also for services like AdWords, Maps, or Gmail. Since 2012, the mega-corporation has had its own programming language in its product range: Go. Also known under the name Golang, it has drawn attention to itself through its simplicity. But how does it differ from established representatives like C++ or JavaScript? And when does it make sense to...


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