Corero released a study this week polling 300 security professionals which showed that DDoS attacks can cost their organization up to $50,000 per attack, but that’s not the worst part.
One of the most important decisions for an enterprise is where and how they host their operations. Unfortunately, not all data centers are created equal. The following tips should steer you the right way in choosing a reliable data center that fits your enterprises’ needs.
HostDime is proud to offer enterprise-level, managed dedicated servers at our Los Angeles, California branch. The 7 story data center facility is 490,000 square feet, outside the 500 year flood plan, and is SOC2, SOC3, and HIPAA compliant.
Dropbox filed its IPO last week, and in the filing, we were able to peel back the curtain and see exactly how much they saved because of the switch from AWS to colocation data centers.
Yesterday, Github was hit by the largest DDoS attack in history. This volumetric DDoS attack was unique in achieving its massive amount of power by relying on UDP-based memcached traffic.
HostDime’s fiber connection into the Orlando Gateway, one of Central Florida’s largest interconnection points, will allow enterprises in 380 S. Lake Destiny to connect their most critical applications to us through this fiber via a simple cross connect and by interconnection to our nearby facility.
The HostDime team often gets requests asking if our infrastructure is PCI compliant, and therefore whether our clients can configure their servers to be PCI compliant. The answer to both inquiries is YES!
HostDime has partnered with The Mustard Seed of Central Florida, a great cause that helps rebuild lives of families in our community.
Imagine waking up one day to find someone has stolen your business’ primary domain name. Here are 6 ways in which you can ensure that your business website is protected.
This is getting ridiculous. It seems every few months, we have to fight the FCC for something we don’t want. The last time was July 12th’s “Day of Action” protest to protect net neutrality, which produced over 5 million e-mails, 124,000 phone calls to Congress, and 2 million comments to the FCC.