Archive for the ‘Technology’ Category

Webhosting 2017: The Year of the Public Cloud

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Choosing the appropriate hosting plan, as well as a suitable provider is a difficult task. This is even harder for site owners that cannot already look back at years or decades of experience. The cloud could be some jack of all trades solution. The Clo...

WTF? Double Dutch in Hosting Slang

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All you want to do is open a website for your pizza hut around the corner. Naturally, you’ve never heard of CDN, Varnish cache, SSL, Nginx, and so on. We’ll briefly explain a couple of terms, so you don’t feel all that lost anymore. B...

Webworker, You Need a Hosting Partner, Not a Hosting Vendor

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Finding a web host has largely become a game of finding the lowest price available. Unfortunately, this mentality is self-destructive for anyone who is making a living from the web. Finding a real partner as a web host is inevitable. Disclaimer: This p...

CleanTalk Does Spam Protection the Right Way

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Every site owner knows spam. Spam comes in at increasing speed as soon as you open some kind of form to the public. Fighting it is vital for your business as well as your health. CleanTalk does not come on prescription but is affordable nonetheless. Cl...

Internet via Satellite: What We Have and What’s to Come

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Internet via satellite was already rising in popularity once a few years ago, but couldn’t establish itself due to high prices, poor data rates, and quickly accelerating cable connections. Where is the technology now? Satellite Internet – S...

What’s Design Thinking and Why Should You Bother?

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Design Thinking means becoming more agile, speeding up innovation cycles, working in a more customer-oriented way. What happens if you don’t do that can be seen when looking at Nokia, Kodak, Blackberry, and other, previously successful, players. ...

CDN: When do You Really Need One?

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Content delivery networks – CDN for short – are on everyone’s lips, and are often on the wishlist of bloggers. You’ll often read that a CDN will make your website insanely fast and that you just have to get one. The only questio...

CacheFly: The Lightning-Fast Content Delivery Network

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Speed may not be everything. However, it is an important aspect of any web project. Especially when distributing significant amounts of data, such as images or other multimedia content, it’s crucial to make sure that the user receives them as fas...