Written by July 15, 2015

HostDime provides clients multiple network tools to easily manage and test every aspect of their server and our data centers around the world.

Written by July 3, 2015

HostDime recently created in-house four SSL tools to help you manage and diagnose most SSL issues.

Written by June 30, 2015

Ever since the Internet was created, the United States has been in charge of the allocation of Internet addresses, top-level domains, and IANA, the department of ICANN responsible for linking the two. It wasn’t supposed to be this way.

Written by June 24, 2015

What’s not to love about being a reseller? You get residual income, there’s no equipment to buy, it doesn’t require much technical knowledge, and you can work in your pajamas if that’s how you roll.

Written by June 11, 2015

Keeping a close eye on email activities results in a clean IP network.

Written by June 1, 2015

On May 20th, 2015, the EasyApache team published version 3.30.0 which now allows support for PHP 5.6.

Written by May 22, 2015

Skilled build technicians assemble hundreds of servers each month at HostDime’s DimeNOC data center. With 12 different dedicated server options, HostDime has a solution for any online need.

Written by May 14, 2015

The robot revolution is well underway, and will soon turn us humans unemployable, through no fault of our own.

Written by May 5, 2015

Here’s a few severe server room limitations, and why you may be better off colocating your servers in a data center if you are serious about your business.

Written by April 29, 2015

Wordpress’ critical security release 4.2.1 is now available for download, which comes highly recommended if you use Wordpress’ commenting system.

Written by April 20, 2015

Tomorrow, April 21st, will be a trick or treat for internet business owners and webmasters as Google launches a significant mobile algorithm change.

Written by April 10, 2015

Physical versus Virtual servers is a debate businesses have been and will be having for years. Exploring this topic will reveal that cloud services are great for some set-ups, while bare-metal servers are great for other needs.