All of HostDime's global data centers remain operational as usual. We are considered a critical infrastructure industry, as defined by the US Department of Homeland Security. This means that our data center operators remain available and ready to help. We have moved all non-site-essential staff to remote work and have moved our critical site staff to segmented remote work rotation to minimize facility access and cross-contact risk as much as possible. We applaud our on site staff and all other IT workers who are playing an essential role in helping businesses stay online during this massive shift to a remote work place. Our sales team is also still available during normal working business hours ready to help with any of our products and services as usual.

Cleaning is being doubled up and we are providing an environment that our staff can be confident is safe for them to work in. For colocation clients we have restricted access to our facilities based upon the markets community transfer risk. We will continue to provide notifications for facility specific access closure or status changes. We ask that clients try to limit their remote hands requests to critical issues only as much as possible to allow staff to focus on critical issues as quickly as possible. We appreciate the continued support of our team, our clients, and our partners. We are united with everyone making a big effort to fight this pandemic.



DMCA Agreement

HostDime Global Corp. DMCA Agreement (Last Rev. 06/20/2017).

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA") provides a mechanism for notifying service providers of claims of unauthorized use of copyrighted materials. Under the DMCA, a claim must be sent to the service provider's Designated Agent. If you believe in good faith that HostDime should be notified of a possible online copyright infringement involving a member of HostDime's client base, please notify our Designated Agent by postal mail or delivery courier:


HostDime.com
DA: Abuse Division Manager
Attn: Legal Reports
189 S. Orange Ave
Suite 1500
Orlando, FL 32801


DMCA Claim Form Download

Please be aware that, in order to be effective, your notice of claim must comply with the detailed requirements set forth in the DMCA. You are encouraged to review them (see 17 U.S.C. Sec. 512 (3)) before sending your claim. You can read all requirements at Copyright.gov.


Please contact our DMCA Claims Team by email to submit a claim.