Estimates vary on the expected adoption rate and compound annual growth for blockchain technology. According to an optimistic report by Wintergreen Research, the blockchain market was $708 million in 2017, and will grow to over $60 billion by 2024! With numbers like that, blockchain has the potential to also change the global data center industry. But how? Here’s some best guesses.
Kaspersky’s new report shows DDoS attacks increased by 84% this quarter compared to Q4 2018. Perhaps more notably, the average length of attacks grew by an astounding 487%.
The global colocation market has seen sustained growth this decade with companies removing on-premises data center space in favor of modern colocation.
Enjoy a hand-picked directory of the best 2019 cloud computing and data center conferences, trade shows, and events.
As long as your private information and bank account are online, there will always be malware trying to exploit it. Malware, phishing, ransomware, and viruses are the problem. We believe we have the solution.
Here’s a scary thought: you have no clue when your last login will be. That’s not particularly enjoyable to ponder, but it should be considered. What will happen to your server, domains, websites, passwords, pictures, documents, music, and files once you leave this dimension?
Statistics and facts from one year of GDPR implementation, and why the time is now for your enterprise to begin complying.
Take an inside look at HostDime’s green data center initiatives that include cleaner generators, roof solar panels, hot aisle containment, and 100% electronic equipment recycling.
As the Internet continues to evolve and penetrate globally, the need for networks and enterprises to interconnect will become more mainstream.
Tax Day is Monday, April 15, and online business owners are looking for every tax deduction they can get. Luckily, you can get some relief by deducting items like your web hosting, domain, and various software.
For VR adoption to succeed, connectivity, bandwidth, and latency issues must be solved, which will require the help of a global data center infrastructure.
Former social media giant MySpace, owned by Time Inc., announced recently that all music uploaded to their site between 2003 and 2015 was accidentally deleted.