Dropbox is one of the most famous and most successful cloud storage services available. Its success is largely due to its many functions and ease of use. But when it comes to data protection and maximum free online storage space, this popular app isn’t the pick of the bunch. There are other file hosting services that offer different approaches. Here’s our collection of some of the top alternatives...Best Dropbox alternatives compared
If you like to store your data in the cloud, you’ve probably wondered which cloud storage is the most secure. In order to assess the security of a cloud service, various factors such as the server location or the data encryption must be considered. We show you which security deficits can occur and present the best encrypted cloud storage.What is the most secure cloud storage?
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?Dropbox vs. Google Drive
Remote access to remote computer systems has always been a part of well-organized networks. Administrators can manage individual users as well as work on the move since it’s possible to access company data with a remote connection. One of the first protocols developed specifically for this purpose was Telnet. Read more here.Telnet
Online activity could be so simple – just enter your access data once and automatically be logged in for all accounts and services on the web, instead of having to remember dozens of passwords. This is, in fact, a reality for many websites, and the process is called SSO – single sign-on – and is becoming ever more popular among private and professional users. But what are the benefits of SSO, and...Single sign-on – one-time registration for everything, please!
IT departments are not to be envied: all devices, servers, databases, etc., must not only be integrated into the network, but also work at any time. In order to prevent any problems that might arise in advance, Nagios is the monitoring tool you need in your standard IT repertoire. What makes the open source solution so special and what are the alternatives?What is Nagios?
In order to edit text files or receive source codes from software or websites, you require a text editor. Whether you’re using Linux, Windows, or Mac: the majority of operating systems these days already have them installed by default. There are also editors like Vim, which have a wider range of functions and simplify working with the confusing lines of code.Vim - The Linux editor
Process managers can give experienced computer users and administrators an accurate overview of which programs and services are taking up the system’s capacity. Classic command-line tools are confusing, and can only be controlled with complicated commands. For Unix-like systems, such as Ubuntu, the task manager htop, with its text interface, is a first-class alternative. It can help inexperienced...htop - Task manager for Linux
Released in 2018, Podman is increasingly seen as an interesting alternative to Docker. Compared to the forerunner of the container management sector, Podman focuses more on flexibility when combining and configuring containers, allowing management with common user rights. Read on for extensive information and a Podman tutorial for beginners.Podman Tutorial
Since the first version, Linux kernel has been implementing packet filter modules, with which filter tables can be created. However, additional programs such as iptables are required to configure the rule set. In our tutorial, we present the free software for the Linux kernel 2.4 and 2.6 and give you a little insight into how it all works.How to use iptables