Have you ever seen a message “this video is not available for your country” on YouTube or Netflix? Or do you simply want more privacy on the internet? A VPN or proxy offers an easy solution for this. Both hide your actual location, making it look like you are using the internet from a different location than the one, where you actually are. How exactly does it work and which of them do you need to use?Read more
Today, everyone is dealing with data: from huge corporations to web-shops to banks and government. The total amount of data is continuously increasing. To get a better understanding of the speed of its growth, consider that 90 % of all world data was created only in the past 2 years. We build data centers to help store, manage, and disseminate this data. They serve as facilities that allow organizations to centralize IT operations. Read more
Paying 1,000 euros to get your own files back is not something you are looking forward to. Yet it can happen if you get a ransomware virus on your computer. But what is ransomware? How do you get it, and most importantly what can you do about it? Read more
Sometimes you need to share a large media file: a CAD drawing or a graphics heavy report with co-workers. Depending on the size and number of files that you need to share, this can be a problem. Attaching large files to an email is in most cases not possible. Gmail for example, only gives a total of 50MB for emails, and don’t forget that large files will use your storage quota while they are kept in the sent folder.
Floppy disks. Who remembers these? A few years ago, floppy disks were one of the most used resources to save our files and photo’s. These days we barely see any floppy disks, and people started using the cloud to save their data. The cloud is a term that many people probably heard of, but may not be completely clear for everyone. What is the cloud and how does it actually work? Read more
Some companies can only access the cloud through WebDAV (Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning), which unfortunately brings its own set of limitations. On Windows systems WebDAV connections are easy to set up, however on macOS devices the process is more painful and less stable. Read more