Heat is the number 1 cause of equipment failure in your datacenter. Studies have also shown that cooling cost is the second most expensive ongoing cost in a datacenter. Equipment failure due to excessive heat is expensive and preventable, also the associated interruptions of service cost companies millions of dollars annually in lost revenue. Learn more about this in the following infographic.
With political and socially acute topics dominating social media discussions, it’s easy to get caught up in the heat of the argument and say something you’ll regret later. It’s therefore not surprising how many people opt for deleting their old tweets. Tweet Deleter analyzed how 205 million tweets were erased by their users in 2020 and summarized these deleted tweets in the infographic.
Learning how to host a website can seem complicated as it’s an abstract concept, and if you add the difference between shared, dedicated, VPS, and so on, confusion can abound This infographic from Smartexpertsecrets explains everything about web hosting using the metaphor of real estate.
Basic necessities in the 21st century are food, water, clothing, shelter and Internet. We can’t imagine our lives without the Internet as everything is connected to it from your coffee machine to your car. The Internet has become a vital part of our life and allows people to improve their quality of life. In this infographic, discover which countries sport the faster internet speeds.
The following infographic summarizes the different types of web hosting (shared, cloud, WordPress and dedicated) along with the benefits and drawbacks of each. This can help you understand which type you should choose.
The browser cookie has been around since 1994. Until recently, questions and concerns about online privacy we’re not a top priority. However, today, laws or regulations dealing with privacy are a common occurrence across the world. The removal of third-party cookies is set for early 2022. This infographic from district m explores how to get ready for a world without cookies.
What information are some of the largest tech companies in the world collecting on their users and profiting off of as they sell this information to third parties and advertisers?From facial recognition data to your mouse movements, you’ll be shocked at just how much they know about you. The following infographic, courtesy of TruePeopleSearch.com, lays it all out.
85% of the 384 billion emails sent each day are spam. Despite annual training, 35% of employees don’t know what “phishing” means. PhishCloud explains why employees are a company’s biggest security asset.
Cybercrime is the fastest kind of crime growing in the United States as well as around the world. In the case of cyber-attacks, prevention is the best line of defense. Securing networks, data, and devices from attack requires knowledge of how these different kinds of hacks work. This infographic will provide you all the information you need to know about cyber attacks and how they are carried out.
London has left its own mark as a worldwide center of technology, but recent reports demonstrate that the UK’s financial center has also turned into a center for cyber-crime. An infographic made by EC-MSP presents the extent of the newest cyber threats. With information breaches and cyber attacks becoming the world’s costliest offenses, London organisations are advised to improve their safety procedures.