Jordan Jacobs

Jordan Jacobs

Jordan brings more than a decade of business strategy and product development experience in the cloud, hosting, and managed services market to SingleHop. As VP of Products, Jordan will oversee the entire SingleHop product lifecycle through all phases, from conceptualization to market.

Jordan is extremely technical with practical business aptitude derived from professional experiences spanning from cloud architecture and design, to data center engineering. He leverages these skills combined with his adept sales experience to gain a deep understanding of client problems and in in turn designs well thought out and executed products and solutions.

Along with his abilities with handling the challenges of cloud architecture, Jordan also spends his time seeing the cloud firsthand. Jordan is an accomplished pilot and enjoys flying his private plane.

Articles by Jordan Jacobs

Aug 15, 2014
Jordan Jacobs

Climate change is on nearly everybody’s mind, in one way or another. Becoming more aware of the effects of emissions on the environment, people are looking for “greener” ways to live, from buying local (and sustainable) food and products, traveling via lower-emission transportation methods, and building up recycling and composting programs. There are some obvious […]

Green Hosting
Jul 18, 2014
Jordan Jacobs

We’ve just pushed a huge update to our LEAP platform for LEAP 3.6.0. LEAP will work much faster now as we’ve greatly enhanced its speed. We have developed a multi-threaded environment to handle LEAP data asynchronously, allowing for the execution of multiple requests that do not block remaining processes. This will lead our users to […]

Jun 12, 2014
Jordan Jacobs

The latest version of LEAP adds IP Whitelist functionality. This functionality allows users to add, edit, or delete IPs through the Dropzone API. As a courtesy, we have imported any IPs that have accessed your account within the past 30 days to this feature for you. You should confirm these IPs and make any modifications […]

LEAP 3.5
May 9, 2014
Jordan Jacobs

In the latest episode of LEAP, our control panel has undergone several fixes and some added functionality. Fixes center on four main areas of functionality. These four main areas include: password changes, bandwidth, templates, and hostname validation. Password changes include a few fixes when it comes to special character issues and encryption. Bandwidth changes include […]

LEAP 3.4
Apr 15, 2014
Jordan Jacobs

We are always working to improve upon our products, even through minor updates and bug fixes. It’s important to do these seemingly minor fixes because they help keep the product working at top notch capacity for you, our end users. One enhancement we made was in the General Details section on the component management screen […]

Leap 3.3.4
Mar 31, 2014
Jordan Jacobs

The latest version of our ongoing efforts to provide a better platform adds a few interesting features. In our last version we added bandwidth pooling as well as a bandwidth usage enhancements in the form of notifications. We are also adding API controls for our upcoming feature LEAP Monitoring Center. And, as usual, we fixed a […]

LEAP 3.3.3
Mar 28, 2014
Jordan Jacobs

We officially released our community feedback site, SingleHop Ideas, back in mid-January. When we launched the community site, it was our hope that we could create a direct line of communication between our developers and our customers. Through talking to our customers we could ascertain their needs and develop features that catered to those needs. […]

Ideas Reaches a Milestone
Mar 3, 2014
Jordan Jacobs

If you’ve logged in to your LEAP mobile app recently, you may have noticed a few changes. Our developers have been working tirelessly to get SingleHop’s LEAP mobile app platform working better for you in order to create a seamless experience and make it easier to manage your infrastructure from anywhere. With the LEAP mobile […]

LEAP mobile
Feb 19, 2014
Jordan Jacobs

Improvements come in many forms. Some are derived from big changes or the addition of a wholly new set of tools. These are generally called features. Other improvements are smaller. These are steps towards fine tuning performance or towards ensuring a feature delivers fully on the functionality it promised. In this version of LEAP, we […]

LEAP Release 3.2.2
Jan 16, 2014
Jordan Jacobs

The first release of the new year. Definitely an auspicious occasion. To get things started for the new year we had three large focuses in this release. The first was to take a holistic approach at the way that the LEAP3 portal handles account password resets. We made three updates within this area to ensure a […]