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Mar 25, 2010

MySQL bills itself “The World’s Most Popular Open Source Database,” and with good reason.  Although an open source database solution might not be the choice for every enterprise, MySQL does provide high performance, scalability and flexibility for only a fraction of the cost of other database servers solutions.  There are three major ways to leverage […]

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Mar 27, 2010
Kyle Kinder

SingleHop Nation, have we got some news for you.  In an effort to better serve you, our clients, SingleHop is proud to announce that our excellent sales team is extending its hours to the weekends.  The sales department at SingleHop can now be reached from 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. Central Time on both Saturday and […]

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Mar 31, 2010

Everyone, this is Mike Crosse SingleHop’s Channel Program Manager, aka as Tandem Reseller System Manager. I have always claimed to be a fan of autumn in Chicago, but this year, spring is really working for me!  Joining SingleHop has been invigorating, refreshing, and a nice change to the dreary Chicago winter. I joined one of […]

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Apr 2, 2010

Wow Spring is finally here in the windy city and the frigid wind has turned into a stellar cool breeze.  The office doors are open and circulating cool air in and out of the entire office.  But there are more things flying out the door aside from the wind, for example we had a stellar […]

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Apr 3, 2010

Regardless of your opinion of Apple’s new iPad device, you must accept that Apple has gone out on the limb and created a unique device that redefines, or more accurately, blurs the line between mobile and desktop computing. We believe that verdict on the iPad’s success is still unclear, however, Apple’s focus on bleeding-edge innovation and creativity […]

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Apr 19, 2010

Hello again, a few days ago I published a post explaining two key differences in the new Google Caffeine algorithm change. Here at SingleHop SEO is extremely important. While most of our dedicated server customers come to us from word-of-mouth, Google still is one of the key drivers of growth. Today I want to walk […]

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Jun 18, 2010

If you feel constantly strapped to your computer because you are afraid of your server unexpectedly coming offline, fear no more. In the event your dedicated server were to experience downtime, our QuickReaction Monitoring service immediately alerts our on-site data center technicians. Once they receive the alert, our technicians move your server to their top […]

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Jun 18, 2009
Dan Ushman

So you are looking for a dedicated server, and realize oh jeez I don’t know a whole lot about managing a dedicated server. Besides doing the obvious and making sure your server is managed you should think about getting yourself some sort of control panel. Control panels will give you the ability to do important […]

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Feb 16, 2007
Zak Boca

How many times have you talked to a doctor and not known what the hell he was talking about? What about a lawyer, maybe a car mechanic, or even a computer technician? Well what’s interesting is that these are MASSIVE industries, and it’s rare to see an organization that can present their services on a […]

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Apr 2, 2008
Chris Larkin

We have recently re-introduced our Pentium D 945 machines and because we have had a lot of questions about them, I wanted to go into some of the big differences between that Pentium D 945 and the Core2Duo E6320, which we have already been offering for a while. On the face of it, the P-D945 […]

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