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Semantic Web

Definition of semantic web

Web 3.0 is just beginning. Thus far, the world wide web has primarily been used to link information and create a growing knowledge network. In order to answer user search queries more accurately, the semantic web teaches machines to process not only information, but also meaning. Find out how web semantics work.

Windows won’t boot

Windows 7, 8, 10 will no longer start – causes and solutions

Every Windows user knows: No matter which version you use, the popular Microsoft operating system has its bad days. Sometimes these are so serious that the worst possible outcome happens: Windows won't boot anymore. You might think there’s nothing you can do, but don't panic: Boot problems and bluescreens can be solved quickly in most cases.

Windows blue screen

Blue screen of death (BSOD): How to fix it

The infamous blue screen of death usually shows up without any warning. It’s an important indicator of internal problems with hardware, software, or drivers. If Windows can no longer be run as a result of such a problem, then the forced shutdown takes place in the form of a blue screen containing an error message. This may cause unsaved files and documents to be lost. The most important thing with...

What is cloud gaming?

What is cloud gaming?

Cloud gaming is an alternative to classic games. The video games are streamed online and can be played on a variety of devices without high-end hardware. Read on to find out how this works, available cloud gaming providers, and why game streaming may be a good option for you.

What exactly is a website?

What exactly is a website?

What exactly is a website? Who needs one, and what are the different options available for private users and businesses? There are solutions for beginners, which require no programming knowledge. These solutions, especially content management systems, have established themselves in the last few years due to their flexible content management. Professionals, however, still swear by self-written...

Deep Web

What is the deep web?

The Internet is huge. When you search for content on Google only a fraction of what is really there can be found – the content in the so-called “deep web” is access-restricted. Read on to find out what lurks in the deep web and why and how content is hidden here.

QFD - Quality Function Deployment

QFD: What’s behind Quality Function Deployment?

Before launching your new product, you should make sure that it will be well-received by customers. You can use Quality Function Deployment (QFD) to see which direction the product development should move in. The QFD method can also help you to improve an existing product and make it more successful in the long run.

Hexadecimal system

The hexadecimal system

What are hexadecimal numbers and why are they one of the most important notations in IT? In computer engineering, the hexadecimal system is used to represent large numbers with as few digits as possible. Keep reading to learn about the basics of the number system and what the difference between hexadecimal numbers and binary or decimal numbers is.

Binary code

Binary code: what do you use the binary system for?

Computers use binary code which is made up of all “ones and zeroes”. But why? Why don’t PCs and smartphones work in the decimal system that we are all used to? The answer can be found in the technology as well as in the sheer elegance of the binary system. It is a lot simpler than many people think. Can you perform calculations with binary code too?

What is DBaaS

DBaaS (Database as a Service): databases in the cloud

Relational database systems such as MySQL no longer necessarily have to be hosted in-house. With Database as a Service – or DBaaS for short – one or more databases are outsourced to the cloud, saving costs and capacity. Here we explain how DBaaS works, what it’s suitable for, and what advantages and disadvantages it has.


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