Despite the fact that we ran out of IPv4 addresses officially last year, adoption and transition over to IPv6 is still slow.
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.
The global colocation market has seen sustained growth this decade with companies removing on-premises data center space in favor of modern colocation.
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?
As we bid a fond farewell to 2018, let’s reflect on the year that went by way too fast. Here’s some highlights from the last 12 months.
Wordpress 5.0 is coming any day now, and it features a brand new block-based post editor called Gutenberg. Early reviews are not encouraging.
California is the world’s 5th largest economy, so having strong Internet protections there is a major win against throttling and paid prioritization.
Git with the program and update your cPanel server to the latest version for Git Version Control and Automatic Deployment.
HostDime’s latest line of managed dedicated servers by Supermicro features Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) so your server can be managed remotely from anywhere in the world. IPMI is included at no additional charge.
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.