Jennie Jackson

Jennie Jackson

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Five security tips for business devices

In the digital business world, desktop PCs, laptops, tablets and smartphones are particularly valuable work items. Not only because they facilitate everyday work, but also because they store important company data. Without security, these devices are vulnerable to malware, viruses, and unauthorized access by criminals. However, comprehensive protection is neither expensive nor time-consuming: follow these five tips to be on the safe side.

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Category: Net World | Tips
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How the domain name system works: the big domain glossary part 2

Why does a website appear after entering the domain? Where are domain and website information saved and how are they connected? In this article, our big domain glossary tells you everything you need to know about the domain name system (DNS), root server and IP address.

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Category: Net Culture | Net World
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How to Create Your Own Social Media Graphics

Whether you’re running a business or working as a solo entrepreneur, it’s important to use social media to your full marketing advantage. After developing an overall content strategy, you’ll need to create a library of visual assets that are highly shareable and can get you noticed. From photos, banners, infographics and more, there are plenty of options for creating social media content. Read on for a few tips to get you started.

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Category: eBusiness | Tips
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International success with a .global domain

The business world is getting smaller and smaller. Companies worldwide, particularly small and medium-sized ones, are well-networked internationally and have been acquiring international customers for quite a while now. A company’s website is usually the first stop for those interested in finding out more. The following are three examples of companies using the .global domain to highlight their worldwide presence: bluetiger.global, tco.global and softangel.global.

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Category: Net World | Products
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New web hosting portfolio: how to adapt your web project’s performance

The internet is becoming infinitely more complex as more information, products and users are added. With the constant need to update product portfolios or react to increasing demand, the needs of online businesses are also becoming more sophisticated. 1&1 is responding to these business needs with tools for improved performance and flexibility as part of its Next Level Hosting, which will ultimately allow companies to react quickly to dynamic environments.

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Category: Server & Hosting | Tips
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Easier than ever before: SSL encryption for WordPress

Nowadays, if you own a website and want to build trust with visitors or potential customers, you need to provide extensive security and data protection. Encrypting a website with an SSL certificate (Secure Socket Layer certificate) is one of the recommended methods to ensure your website is safe. Until recently, a single solution to set up WordPress with SSL wasn’t available. In the past, users needed to be well-versed in web knowledge, but 1&1 has simplified this process from employment up to re-configuration. Here’s how it’s done:

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Category: 1&1 Cloud App Center
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Test winner again! The 1&1 Cloud Server ranks first in the 2017 Cloud Spectator Benchmark Survey

Once again, the American analyst institution Cloud Spectator compared the biggest and most important cloud service providers in North America. In their “Top 10 Cloud IaaS Providers Benchmark 2017,” the company analyzed the price/performance ratio of the providers’ solutions and determined for the second time in a row that 1&1 is an outstanding winner in this region.

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Category: 1&1 Cloud Server | Cloud | Company | eBusiness | Inside 1&1 | Net World | News | Products
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How to Combine Fonts for Your Web Project

How to Combine Fonts for Your Web Project

Fonts have a major impact on how we interpret the words we read, and different typefaces can have different personalities. For example, Comic Sans is widely regarded as a friendly (even immature) font, whereas Times New Roman as sophisticated and trustworthy. Thanks to the Internet, a simple Google search for “web fonts” will return hundreds of thousands of results—so which font is best for you? In the words of Frere-Jones’ Nina Stössinger:

“Formulate a job description for the font. You don’t just want to hire anyone.”

Read on for a brief overview of font basics, pairing tips and resources to help you create an irresistible website.

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Category: Tips
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Top Level Domain and more: The Big Domain Glossary (Part 1)

If you want to register a domain, there will definitely be a lot of terms and shortcuts you might not know. This is why we created a glossary that lists the most important terms regarding domain hosting. So let´s start with the basics: what is a domain and how do the subcategories differ?

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Category: eBusiness | Tips
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Threats on the Internet – Types of Scams

From conducting business, shopping or simply staying in contact with friends abroad, nearly everything can be done via the internet. Unfortunately, scammers try to collect sensitive data from your web activities to use for their own purposes. In this article, you will learn which methods scammers often use, and what precautions you can take to avoid losing sensitive data.

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Category: Net World | Tips
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