The Orlando Gateway, one of Orlando’s largest and oldest interconnection points, allows enterprises in Lumen’s data center to connect their most critical applications to HostDime via a simple cross connect to our facility.
A fast loading website is necessary for SEO success. One speed advantage lies in your server’s physical location in relation to your target market.
Bare metal servers are physical servers dedicated to a single tenant; this means one tenant has complete control, flexibility, and security over their server.
Ransomware attack prevention seems to be on the mind of decision makers lately, and for good reason. Each attack costs an enterprise an average of $170,000.
HostDime’s bare metal servers feature Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) so your server can be managed REMOTELY from anywhere in the world.
HostDime has provisioned a Cogent PoP in HostDime’s carrier neutral data center in Guadalajara, Mexico for enhanced global connectivity options.
Today was the official groundbreaking event of the long anticipated development of HostDime’s $35 million dollar, 95,000 square foot new data center facility and global corporate headquarters along the I-4 corridor just north of downtown Orlando.
Cut your South and Latin America latency in half with HostDime’s Brazil dedicated servers! Reach everyone in Brazil as fast as possible.
Spending countless hours on server management and not on your core business is not a smart choice, and you’re a smart person. Nothing embodies peace of mind quite like the words managed colocation, and here’s why.
The blockchain market could grow to over $60 billion by 2024. With numbers like that, blockchain has the potential to change the global data center industry. But how? Here’s some best guesses.
The massive worldwide shift to remote work and increased online activities created an ideal situation for threat actors to find new opportunities to exploit, culminating in the most DDoS attacks ever recorded in a single year.
A new website gets hacked every five seconds. You should be prepared and well-researched when it comes to hackers and how they enter your site. Here’s a quick guide to finding out if you’ve been hacked, what to do next, and how to prevent a future disaster.