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    IT systems are becoming more and more complex. The demands on their operation and maintenance are also increasing. At the same time, the danger of cyber threats is growing. And all this at a time when topics such as e-commerce and online visibility as well as digitalised processes in the company are becoming ever more essential. How is it possible to continue to pursue the core business or drive innovative processes under these conditions without getting into far too high IT costs?

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    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.

  • Category: Background, Products

    Backup data online in the cloud or locally on a hard drive? In online business in particular, sensitive customer data and internal website data are juggled on a daily basis. A regular local backup should be a prerequisite. But what use is a local backup if this can also be damaged by a short circuit? The 3-2-1 method in combination with a cloud backup could be the solution!

  • Category: Background, Products, Tips & tutorials

    One server is not like another. Depending on requirements and conditions, they occasionally vary heavily. From small desktop systems to rack-filling enterprise solutions there are different construction forms. And yet, the basic set-up is always similar despite the many options. One mainboard with processor, random access memory and external connection, cooling and power supply implemented in an arbitrary casing add up to a functioning machine. Should the need for computing power or memory change, individual components can be exchanged or upgraded. However, this is not always the most efficient way.

  • Category: Hosting news, Products, Tips & tutorials

    What has indicated for years, has occurred recently: IP addresses of the most widely employed standard IPv4 are no longer available in North America. The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN), which is responsible for assigning IP addresses in North America, lately announced that the last packet has been awarded with 256 addresses. New IP addresses are therefore only available when enterprises return their packages.