Data center outsourcing has been a sustained trend this decade with companies removing on-premises data center space in favor of modern colocation.
HostDime is looking for a new Front End Developer to join our team! The developer will work in our downtown Orlando office overlooking The City Beautiful!
HostDime’s Cloud Accelerator leverages 20 data center locations worldwide to provide an instant free CDN for web content hosted in our cloud infrastructure.
Hurricane Dorian is currently on track to affect us here in Central Florida this Labor Day weekend. As with all storms, HostDime has been working diligently to prepare ourselves for the heavy rains and wind that a storm of this size entails.
Your guide to checking out Downtown Orlando, with HostDime Alex as your tour guide.
Every 14 seconds, a new business is targeted by ransomware, a virus that holds your system hostage until you pay the ransom. Here’s how to stop it from happening to you.
For a limited time only, we will match your initial credit deposit! Put in $1,000 and receive $2,000 total! There is no maximum to the amount we’ll match.
Nearly half of today’s consumers interact with their banks through digital means only; 40% of Americans haven’t physically gone to a bank or credit union in the past 6 months. The shift to online banking and payments is here, and financial organizations must be highly secure and available.
On June 27th, 2019, cPanel, one of the most widely used hosting control panels in the world, announced a price hike bombshell without warning that has both clients and partners upset.
Despite the fact that we ran out of IPv4 addresses officially last year, adoption and transition over to IPv6 is still slow.
Worldwide IT spending will increase to $3.9 trillion in 2020. The biggest growth area is enterprise software as companies shift to cloud services.
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.