Category: Internet Infographics
In this infographic, CodeinWP breaks down the offerings of five of the most prominent shared WordPress hosts and put real numbers next to different aspects of their performance to help you choose between them.
The following infographic explains that hackers are a big headache for security professionals and forces to mull over advance hacking technology, threats and its security. Users and organizations really have to take care of themselves while dealing with the Internet world. It is clear that security professionals need to think out of the box and act in-depth like cyber criminals or these evolving hacking techniques could pose a threat to organizations and individuals.
Whether you send emails as part of your job or simply someone who needs to send emails often, the cards are stacked against you. Spam filters and email blacklists are out there to stop spammers from clogging up the inboxes of the world but if you don’t know what those filters are looking for, you could end up right alongside spammy emails in the junk folder. Even worse, you could end up blocked entirely.
If you had to make a list of three people who know the most about you, who would it be? Hopefully Google is on that list because they very likely know more about you than you might know about yourself. This infographic looks at six known types of information that Google has admitted to collecting about you and everyone else who uses their services.
Which internet browser is your favorite one? It is hard to decide which browser is the best among so many great ones, but still one of them needs to prevail. Find out how Chrome managed to get to the top in this interesting infographic put together by Cloud Technology Solutions. [Click here for full size [...]
There is a great deal to know about the prominence of Magento and what it is capable of. This infographic by Trellis highlights some of the major elements of what makes Magento so prominent in today’s eCommerce landscape.
As the following infographic exemplifies, search engines have come a long way from their origin. From improvements in web crawlers and categorizing and indexing the web, to introducing new protocols , the development of search engines has been at the top of various search technologies that developed from different search engines.
If you are still not taking serous measures to prevent cyber attacks, you need to change that as quickly as you can. You are not safe from those attacks regardless of how small your business is and what do you do. Find out where lies the greatest threat for your business in this helpful infographic.
Among the most daunting concerns of modern age is the online privacy. People are spending more and more time online and are vaguely aware if at all that their personal information is gathered all around the Internet. Hobbies, interests, online activity and search history – those are all details that the web bots carefully gather and file under our profile while we are considering which T-shirt to order or which news site to follow.
What would happen if you left your wallet and phone at some unfamiliar place? It may get stolen and your personal information might be misused. This is often how you leave your personal information on plenty of websites while using online services. Stealing information on web is a common occurrence these days. However, if you take precautions while using the Internet, your privacy will remain intact.
Millennials want to connect with the community and the world, and they’re using mobile WiFi to do so. As the generation that considers mobile phones more essential than cars, Millennials use public transportation more often than Baby Boomers and Gen X-ers as they seek to help the planet, socialize online during rides, and make their lives more convenient.
London, especially the area called Square Mile, is experiencing some of the slowest Internet speeds to date compared to its European counter parts. It is one of the major hubs of business and commerce worldwide and this does not sit well with the millions of companies that have situated their headquarters in the heart of London. These companies make hefty contributions to the UK’s overall economic output and not letting them have the best possible Internet not only hampers their growth but the country’s growth and development as well.
Shoes that do not fit correctly, offer limited arch support or cause instability can result on long and short term injuries. Harris and Ross have put together the following infographic to help you understand how your chosen footwear could be causing you problems. [Click here for full size version]
It’s amazing to think how far the Internet has come, since its development in 1969. Following this infographic, you can track the progression of internet connectivity over the years, up to the present day. What do you think the internet has in store for us in the future?