Written by October 30, 2014

As part of HostDime’s commitment to provide premier hosting services, we’re informing you of some upcoming changes to MySQL password protocols that may affect your account.

Written by October 16, 2014

HostDime is adjusting SSL on our shared and reseller servers by disabling SSL 2.0 and SSL 3.0, as well as ensuring only secure ciphers are allowed.

Written by October 15, 2014

Some of you may be new to cPanel or website management in general. It’s easier than it looks. To get you started, check out a few of these tips and tricks to get the most out of cPanel.

Written by October 1, 2014

Members of HostDime’s customer relations and marketing teams were fortunate enough to attend iSummit 2014, which took place this Monday and Tuesday in downtown Orlando.

Written by September 26, 2014

Rejoice programmers and developers! HostDime has created a simple API and released it to the public to do with what you wish.

Written by September 23, 2014

99 problems but spam ain’t one. SpamAssassin is a trusted computer program that uses a large set of rules to filter your mail.

Written by September 16, 2014

Global data center provider HostDime.com, Inc announces today that digital currency Bitcoin will be accepted as payment for all products and services.

Written by September 9, 2014

Net neutrality is the idea that ISPs and governments should treat all Internet data equally. Net neutrality is about democracy, and is essential to the future and growth of the global Internet.

Written by September 8, 2014

“Should you buy new top level domains for your brand?” Before we answer that question, let’s look at how we got here. Join me on memory lane with this brief timeline on TLDs:

Written by August 22, 2014

Everything you need to know about creating a company press kit to create advertising opportunities and solve media inquiries.

Written by August 15, 2014

Need to update your account on-the-go? No problem thanks to HostDime’s brand new Android app, available free for our clients.

Written by August 14, 2014

VLAN, or virtual local area network, is a logically segmented network that can only be accessed by your server(s).