Internet Infographics



What is a Content Delivery Network?

A Content Delivery Network (or CDN) is a system of strategically positioned servers around the globe. These servers maintain copies of the content (Javascript, CSS, Images, etc) and are retrieved when a user looks up the website. Learn more about a CDN in this infographic.

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Most Popular Search Engines in 2015

You might assume Google is still the king of search, but do you know who is using this search engine, how they’re using it, and when as well as statistics on other search engines? Read on to find out in an infographic from SABA.

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The State of Internet of Things in 6 Visuals

The IoT, or Internet of Things, is burgeoning. While the better known Internet is made up of humans communicating with one another, the IoT all but eliminates the human element. Essentially, once it’s all set up, the machines communicate with one another. An IoT in your home, in your city, or at your workplace is actually extremely useful. This infographic gives you a good visual summary of what’s happening

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The Perfect Twitter Profile Page

This infographic by SetUpABlogToday.com which helps folks in starting a blog, shows you how to setup your Twitter profile for success. With tips on how to make the most of Pinned tweets to exact dimensions needed for your profile photo and background image.

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Anatomy of an Enterprise Social Cyber Attack: Customer Scams

Customer scams are nothing new. Fraudsters and criminals have leveraged an organization’s clout and popularity to target customers for ages. But customer scams have taken on a new and dangerous form on social networks, where scammers have unprecedented ability to imitate brands and victimize consumers, all while avoiding punishment. But what do typical customer scams look like? How can consumers identify customer scams? How do organizations tackled the growing risk of customer scams on social media?

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The Internet Ran Out of IP Addresses

Did you know the internet is running out of IP addresses? Every website runs on a IPv4 internet addresses, and over the next 15 years, we’ll have to move over to IPv6, which is an entirely different platform that will require a global combined effort. This infographic illustrates the drop in IPv4 availability, as well as the rapid adoption rate of the new IPv6 platform.

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Interesting Instagram Statistics

Instagram is one of the most popular photo sharing websites with more than 300 million active users. Over 70 million photos are uploaded everyday and more than 1,000 comments are posted per second. Instagram’s popularity lies in its ability to transform mobile camera photos into professional looking images. The Instagram app allows users to transform their photos into stunning images by providing a wide range of filters.

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What It Would Take to Break the Internet

Everyday we use devices and tools that heavily rely on the Internet, but most don’t realize how fragile the Internet really is. From sharks attacking underwater cables to cyber attacks, this infographic from Liquid Networx explores what it would take to break the Internet.

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Top 11 Worst Data Breaches of All Time

In this infographic by Total Secure Shredding, take a look at the latest and most significant hacker-related data breaches; determined by the amount of classified information that ended up in the wrong hands.

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Personal Internet Security

The following infographic covers the area of security for Internet users. This is a really important area and is becoming even more relevant today as the amount of phishing scams and the like continues to rise.

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Internet Trends of 2015

Each year, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB) provides an extensive report of Internet trends covering statistics ranging from Internet and mobile phone usage, consumer spending habits, Drone shipments and anything else you could think of and then some. This report spans almost 200 pages. The following infographic will give you important information on where things have come and, more importantly, where internet trends are headed.

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The History of Online Video

The Internet is ever-changing and constantly evolving. It may feel like the days of browsing AOL via a 56k dial-up connection were a lifetime ago. However, in the grand scheme of things, the internet has changed very fast in a very short amount of time. With YouTube celebrating their 10th anniversary this year, Pexe.so thought it was the perfect time to explore how much online video sharing has changed over time.

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