• Categories: Tips & tutorials

    Servers and webhosting plans differ not only in the available disk space. If you are planning an online presence or want to increase its performance, you should know the features of the two hosting variants - only then you will be able to make a decision which will boost the success of your web presence. Both variants have their advantages and disadvantages. This article will help you decide between server and webhosting or maybe even change one or two opinions on your part.

  • Categories: Tips & tutorials

    Everything is going digital. A hosting business is a sensible and future-proof business idea for precisely this reason. But what do you do if you want to become a hoster but don't want to invest in your own data centre? – Or if you want to concentrate more on sales than on technology? We show you a good alternative – including all the necessary requirements and the steps to take.

  • Categories: Background

    You are looking for a suitable hosting offer for your company. During your search you have certainly come across vServer (Virtual Server) or VPS (Virtual Private Server). Perhaps you have also come across the term VDS (Virtual Dedicated Server). What exactly is the difference between these types of server and what criteria should you look for when choosing one? With this guide, we would like to point out the aspects that are really important.

  • Categories: Background, Tips & tutorials

    Regardless of whether it is a free SSL certificate in the open source version or a chargeable SSL encryption - the purpose is the same: All confidential information on a website is encrypted and summarized in the form of a certificate. If so, couldn't everyone get a free SSL certificate? It's not that easy. Some security aspects play a decisive role when choosing a certificate. The current blog post deals with the question in which cases an SSL certificate as a free variant makes sense and in which cases it can bring advantages to fall back on a paid solution.

  • Categories: Products

    Anyone who owns a website can no longer avoid an SSL certificate. As soon as users have the opportunity to enter, save or transmit data online on the website, they should be able to rely on the secure and encrypted transmission of the information. But what is SSL anyway? In this blog post we will show you the meaning behind this and why an SSL certificate is so important for your website.