Written by October 20, 2017

HostDime has taken action on our Colombia growth with the purchase of a land parcel in Bogotá, Colombia last week.

Written by October 18, 2017

With the discovery of two major vulnerabilities, this has been a busy week for vendors, attackers, and a public looking for security and protection.

Written by October 13, 2017

Huge UK sale for those targeting the European market! Save 20% each month off all new UK Dedicated Servers and UK Virtual Private Servers.

Written by October 10, 2017

As of today, October 10th, one Bitcoin is worth over $4800 (!!!). That’s over $150 higher than yesterday! Even crazier, there’s evidence to suggest Bitcoin will continue to climb higher, much higher.

Written by October 4, 2017

Tech or treat! It’s time to get your costume situation figured out and we’re here to help with these techie Halloween costumes for 2017.

Written by September 26, 2017

DDoS attacks are now a fact of life for enterprises, and we must be prepared to prevent and mitigate these attacks. Here’s just a few tips you can implement to lower your risk of a DDoS attack.

Written by September 20, 2017

On behalf of the entire team at HostDime US, we want to thank everyone who reached out to us with positive thoughts and wishes for our well-being during Hurricane Irma.

Written by September 19, 2017

HostDime continues to be an industry leader in the worldwide data center market with colocation options now available in 11 data centers around the globe.

Written by September 7, 2017

For some businesses, not having a disaster recovery plan can be lethal. One out of every two businesses never return after a data disaster. Businesses that survive and thrive have a response to disaster BEFORE it happens.

Written by September 5, 2017

We will be staffed and available during the storm to handle any issues that arise, and have tested and verified all of our emergency infrastructure.

Written by August 30, 2017

Enjoy a constantly updated directory of the best 2017 cloud computing and data center conferences, trade shows, and events.

Written by August 23, 2017

Beginning October 2017, your website will receive a warning if your non-secure pages contain password or credit card input fields. The warning will be in the form of a “Not Secure” red alert in your URL bar.