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Sep 2, 2008
Zak Boca

Google announced it’s anticipated browser, Google Chome, yesterday, and then quickly pulled it offline. Today they finally released it, and we were all anxious to try it out. Our developers of course, were anxious to see how it rendered LEAP. (screenshot attached below) We were all very impressed with how fast Chrome rendered LEAP. Windows […]

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Sep 3, 2008
Andy Pace

Speed — Everyone wants it. Global distribution of static content — everyone needs it. Diverse paths of delivery — SingleHop has it! After months of developing and studious planning, we have finally released our latest addition to the SingleHop services portfolio: IPCast — a Content Delivery Network! Often referred to as a “CDN“, a Content […]

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Sep 22, 2008
Dan Ushman

Some months ago our Co-Founder and Vice President, Dan Ushman, did an interview with TheWHIR TV about LEAP, our Server Manager Webtop. Below is the interview video…  

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Jan 19, 2009

Setting up secure sites via WHM can often be confusing, but is also a requirement for encrypted transactions made on security-concious websites and applications. We here at SingleHop hope to break this process down into 10 easy steps! Certificate and Signing Request 1)For your certificate authority to generate you an SSL Certificate  you will most […]

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Feb 26, 2009
Dan Ushman

Just a short post today. I went to check our mailbox today and the Chicago branch of the BBB had sent us the below certificate. The certificate says that not a single one of our clients has complained to the BBB in all of 2008. This doesn’t mean that we went all of last year […]

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Mar 31, 2009
Andrew Brooks

For most clients, security is often regarded as simply a component of their infrastructure. However, from a system administrator’s perspective, security is paramount. With the omnipresence of the Internet and constant connectivity, it should never be forgotten that at any given point in time, we are no more than 100 milliseconds away from some of […]

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Jun 10, 2008
Andy Pace

In the line of “Which operating system, which browser, and which distribution of Linux should I use?” is the question, “Which Email server should I use?” While there are no solid answers hopefully I can shine some more light on your options. I always believe in using the right tool for the right job, so […]

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Jun 9, 2008
Yanko Yankov

There are so many ways to configure Linux firewall so i will explain my favorite and easiest one. I use script that is called ConfigServer Security & Firewall (csf).This script is released under ConfigServer Services script license that can be obtained from http://www.configserver.com/free/csf/license.txt . It is released free of charge and is compatible with any […]

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Jun 6, 2008
Eric Schrombeck

Microsoft Silverlight is a new powerful web content language designed to compete directly with Adobe Flash. It has all the same features as Flash, aside from the ability to use 3-D acceleration on the client computer, but does have an advantage in its ability to interact directly with web page content outside of itself. It […]

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May 15, 2008
Andy Pace

SingleHop has the distinguished pleasure of being able to provide each and every one of our customers an extended network uptime guarantee. What does this mean to our very intelligent and informed customer base, you ask? It means that we’ll make sure to keep connectivity maximized for each and every point, within, to and from […]

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