Trying to access your home computer, but don’t know how while working remotely? Dynamic DNS services (DynDNS) provide a solution by establishing a stable connection to your server regardless of a changing IP address. Find out what the best free Dynamic DNS services are and learn more about their advantages and disadvantages.
Cloud storage can be used for a variety of functions including sharing photos, collaborating on documents and backing up important files. There are loads of cloud storage solution providers to choose from. In the following article, we will compare two of the longest standing ones out there and their key features. Dropbox vs. Google Drive – which provider should you choose?
You don’t always have to use the market leader – this also applies to remote access. TeamViewer is still the most widely-used solution for remote management and online meetings, but there are numerous alternatives on the market which can be considered. We present some serious alternatives to TeamViewer.
Don’t let the simplicity of the lean Minikube Kubernetes distribution fool you – it can do almost everything that a large container system can do. For example, it’s a relatively straightforward way of using the benefits of container technology to develop software. In this guide, we’ll take a closer look at Minikube’s functions and how you can use the tool.
Virtual private networks are becoming more and more popular among end users. However, the widespread VPN protocols are not optimized for modern use. With WireGuard, a lean alternative is now generally available. Boasting energy efficiency and low requirements on hardware, WireGuard could establish itself as the standard VPN solution of the future.
Netsh is a versatile command line tool for administrating networks on Windows. Once you’ve learned the syntax and its special structure, you can solve a range of tasks and problems. Get to know the Netsh commands and find out how to administrate Windows networks comfortably, and efficiently via Windows command prompt.
Regular backups are one of the most important factors of IT security. With Linux systems – which are often the backbone of a webserver – you can very efficiently create backup copies with the program tar. What can the archiving program do? We explain to you how tar functions and what its special features are. So that you’re able to create regular backups with tar in the future, we explain step by...
Netcat is a true all-rounder in networks. Fault diagnostics, chats, extensive data transfers, and network security all form part of the impressive repertoire offered by the command line tool. But if it ends up in the wrong hands, it can also be misused. IT managers should therefore familiarize themselves with the tool.
Batch files are files with commands that are run through the Windows command line and are processed in a batch. The most varied processes can be automated with their help. Batch file commands have existed since MS-DOS was released back in the 1980’s. The following article summarizes some of the most important batch commands for you.
The ping command line program is available to you on all current operating systems. Using a step-by-by step tutorial, we’ll show you how you can activate ping in Windows via the command prompt and how to employ the tool for network diagnostics to verify the connection between two computers.