Written by June 23, 2020

Dedicated server security is vitally important for businesses to avoid exposing sensitive data and protecting themselves against viruses.

Written by June 11, 2020

DDoS attack mitigation is a necessity for enterprises looking to protect themselves. 91% of those surveyed said that DDoS attacks can cost them up to $50,000.

Written by June 8, 2020

Despite the fact that we ran out of IPv4 addresses officially last year, transition over to IPv6 is still slow. The time to switch to IPv6 is now.

Written by May 29, 2020

Who is the Usain Bolt of cloud servers? Check out our benchmark tests to see who has the fastest cloud server between HostDime, AWS, Azure, and GCP.

Written by May 21, 2020

The Florida LambdaRail enables Florida’s colleges to collaborate, utilize, and develop new innovations in support of scientific research and education.

Written by May 5, 2020

HostDime often gets inquiries from perspective colocation clients about what voltage power will be supplied to server racks. While 110V-120V are commonly used in the industry, HostDime has long evolved to supply 208V voltage by default.

Written by May 1, 2020

There is a competitive advantage of having colocation infrastructure behind your products and services versus on-premises data centers.

Written by April 29, 2020

India’s initiatives like data localization and smart cities will result in a data growth that will require the help of edge data centers.

Written by April 20, 2020

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.

Written by April 15, 2020

While Latin America is the smallest region, it is expected to have the fastest upcoming growth of anywhere in the world. HostDime caters to the Latin American market with colocation data centers in Mexico, Brazil, and Colombia, as well as a direct connect to Miami’s NAP.

Written by April 2, 2020

Data centers are the cornerstone of our current economy, so it’s no surprise that they are one of the largest consumers of electricity in the world.

Written by March 31, 2020

World Backup Day takes on special importance in 2020, as we are in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, where IT staff can’t go to the office and give data any hands-on attention.