As the old year retires and a new one is born, now is the time for some reflection. Time flies when you’re having fun, and this year went by in a hurry. 2017 saw continued growth for HostDime and our clients; here’s just a few highlights from the last 365 days.
HostDime has partnered with The Mustard Seed of Central Florida, a great cause that helps rebuild lives of families in our community.
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.
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.
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.
In a quest to be more clean with our energy, HostDime is upgrading our largest generators from Tier 2 to Tier 4, which will significantly reduce our emissions.
HostDime aims for local youth outreach the likes of which has never been seen in our industry. Meeting and educating young, technology-minded students is one of our most rewarding and reciprocal endeavors.
HostDime’s DimeNOC data center in Orlando, Florida got a glimpse into our industry’s future when 11 year old Keegan came to visit.
Computer and tablet screens emit HEV light, aka blue light, that has to the potential to harm our eyes permanently.
YouTube keyword shortcuts, URL tweaks, browser extensions, and more tips that will enhance your viewing experience.
If you have valuable hardware and live around Orlando, Florida, choosing the HostDime data center is a no-brainer for your colocation needs.
Google Chrome may be most people’s favorite browser, but it’s far from perfect. One of its biggest flaws is how much of your computer’s RAM it eats up.