The dark web is the dark side of the Internet – a digital sphere without rules or laws. But what’s behind this space where criminal activity runs rampant? How does access to the dark web work and what are the dangers?
Open source databases are a much cheaper and often very reliable alternative to the well-known commercial providers. Even large corporations therefore now rely on these free options. But which system is suitable for which purpose? How do open source databases perform in terms of handling large amounts of data? We created a comparison of popular databases.
When data has to be processed in real-time, high latency or connection issues can cause big problems. With intelligent edge, the analysis and evaluation of data takes place where it is collected. This saves time and increases security. Here, we will explain exactly what intelligent edge is, how it works and what it can do for you.
Cloud gaming is an alternative to classic games. The video games are streamed online and can be played on a variety of devices without high-end hardware. Read on to find out how this works, available cloud gaming providers, and why game streaming may be a good option for you.
The Internet is huge. When you search for content on Google only a fraction of what is really there can be found – the content in the so-called “deep web” is access-restricted. Read on to find out what lurks in the deep web and why and how content is hidden here.
What are hexadecimal numbers and why are they one of the most important notations in IT? In computer engineering, the hexadecimal system is used to represent large numbers with as few digits as possible. Keep reading to learn about the basics of the number system and what the difference between hexadecimal numbers and binary or decimal numbers is.
Throughout the course of digitization, employees and employers became aware of the importance of backups. The 3-2-1 rule was considered the golden rule - where two redundant copies of each file are kept. As technology continues to evolve, cloud-based solutions are becoming more popular. Thus, Disaster Recovery as a Service has established itself as an important cloud service.
You may have heard of dark data – data that exists in secret. Nowadays, organizations collect and store more data than ever before. But only a small portion of that data is actually analyzed – the tip of the iceberg. The remainder is referred to as dark data. Our article explains how such data is created.
Google PageSpeed modules are a free collection of Apache web server modules which are designed to optimize a website's performance. Learn how to install and enable Google PageSpeed modules on a Cloud Server with Linux.
Conversational marketing is a hot topic for SMBs looking to change the way they reach out to new and existing customers. Learn more about how to engage customers on a one-to-one basis and grow your business with a more human approach to marketing.