Dec 3, 2013
Jordan Jacobs

SingleHop is an ever evolving platform. One part of this evolution includes the upgrades we make to the system whether we are updating LEAP or streamlining processes on the backend. Some of the changes come from internal sources, while others come from our customers. We take both kinds equally seriously. Our method involves recreating the […]

Release 3.2.1
Nov 27, 2013
Deanna Swanson

Cook County, home to Chicago, is the second most populous county in the US. Cook County is so large, population wise, that it is bigger than 29 individual US states and more populous than the seven smallest states combined. Pretty impressive stuff. Unfortunately, Cook County has another rare distinction. 1 out of 6 people in […]

1st Annual Food Drive
Oct 29, 2013
David Dunlap

The latest push from our developers offers some significant changes. These changes include changes to our IP Manager, delete hourly VMs, changes to VM hourly billing, and some general bug fixes. IP Manager & Justification Our IP Manager has been renamed IP Manager & Justification and has some new functionality. From this section you can […]

LEAP release
Oct 24, 2013
David Dunlap

Access and enablement are not ordinarily associated with dedicated servers and maybe that should change. So let’s start that change here at SingleHop. The nuts and bolts of server lineup changes include removing outdated models and adding new ones. And there you have it; a new lineup is born. So why is SingleHop’s lineup change […]

Unusual Suspects
Sep 26, 2013
David Dunlap

Let me tell you a little bit about Jordan Jacobs. If you haven’t had the pleasure of meeting him, Jordan is a gregarious giant. Always filled with stories and jokes, Jordan is someone who will get the job done efficiently while having fun along the way. He has passion for what he does and you […]

Let's Go Bar Hopping
Jul 31, 2013
David Dunlap

Daily Host News released their interview with Dan Ushman, our CMO, yesterday and it makes a good read. Here is an excerpt from the interview: DHN: I am a guy who wishes to get into hosting-reselling business, but has very little resources to do so. What additional value can ‘Tandem’ provide me with, when compared […]

DHN
Jul 3, 2013
David Dunlap

The holidays are normally reserved for taking life a little easier, meeting up with friends and family, relaxing, remembering, and, of course, holiday sales and coupon deals. However, there are coupon deals, and then there are our new coupon deals! In honor of the fourth day of the month of July, we are offering 2 […]

fireworks
Jun 4, 2013
David Dunlap

We have been teasing our new Amsterdam data center since April and now, the ribbon has been cut and we are now live. The opening of our European data center is not just about opening a new location. It is about making strides towards our goal of offering a global service. Also it is about […]

Amsterdam Opening
May 15, 2013
David Dunlap

When SOA World was looking for an expert to explain service level agreements they came to us and tapped Mr. SLA himself, Dan Ushman. And why wouldn’t they? SingleHop’s Customer Bill of Rights is an industry leading SLA providing operational transparency between customers and ourselves. Our Bill of Rights was designed to be our moral […]

sla
May 15, 2013
David Dunlap

My first hard drive was a big deal. Up until that time I was running everything off of floppies and that took forever. My first hard drive was a “daughter” card that was directly plugged into one of the ISA slots in the motherboard (we are in the way back machine mind you, circa 1980′s). […]

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