DNS propagation

Internet is a hard game. Managing a website or a network demands constant changes to your strategy. Expansion, to be more visible, efficient, competitive, etc., are common triggers of change. That directly pushes DNS modifications and daily challenges for administrators.

What’s DNS propagation?

DNS propagation is the time period that it takes to update DNS modifications all across the Internet.


E-mail Forwarding

The answer seems easy, since all of us are related to the terms, due to the use of our e-mail services. Basically, it sounds like the action of re-sending a message (e-mail) that was received in a specific e-mail address to a different one.

In this context, forward means that an e-mail has been pushed forward to different or more destinations besides the original. 

But e-mail forwarding is not that, and it’s not as basic as it sounds. It has much more to offer you.

When should you use email forwards?



Security for surfing on the Internet must be a concern for everybody. Regular users and businesses making transactions daily could get their information and money badly compromised. Remember that our data have become a gold mine! 

What is VPN?

The Virtual private network (VPN) is a security protocol to transform a public Internet connection into a private network for protecting data exchanged online. VPN secures Internet connections, provides anonymity and privacy for users.


TLD (Top-Level Domain)

One of the first things that you will encounter when you want to start a website is the domain name. You have plenty of extensions to choose from! .com, .net, .info, and countless new and interestingly sounding TLDs. But what exactly are the TLDs? Is there a way to choose the best TLD for your site? Let’s find out!

What is TLD?

The TLD is the second level from top to bottom in the Domain Name System (DNS).

TLD stands for top-level domain, and they are represented as the last part of a fully qualified domain name after the domain name and separated with a dot “.”.