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Aug 4, 2013
Andrew Brooks

In a previous blog post, I talked about the importance of empowering your developers with security tools, such as Arachni and W3AF.  Last week, while getting caught up on some security-related mailing lists, I came across a platform created by Mozilla called Minion, which is designed to do just that.  From the Mozilla Wiki: Minion […]

Stack Trace
Aug 2, 2013
David Dunlap

Words are tools we use to describe ideas and the world around us. Often times we can find a word whose description is a perfect fit for the concept we are trying to imply. Depending on the connotation, we might believe that the word, even if it’s a perfect fit, might be a way to […]

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 […]

Jul 30, 2013
Chris Locke

Welcome to my second post of the Finance in the Cloud blog series. In my first post, I described why CFO’s should love the concept of virtualization. With virtualization, IT infrastructure and fixed asset investments are maximized by utilizing as much of the computing power as possible. But let’s face it, the move to virtualization […]

Finance in the Clouds
Jul 28, 2013
Andrew Brooks

I am a firm believer that in the field of information security, tools are overrated.  I, like all security professionals, have a long list of software that I rely on for getting work done, but make no mistake; tools do not provide security nor do they provide knowledge, and at best, they provide insight and […]

Stack Trace
Jul 23, 2013
Adrienne Wicklund

We’ve all heard those horror stories of being a client somewhere that had terrible customer service. An unlucky few of us may have even been on the receiving end. One of the many great things about SingleHop is that we recognize this and we strive every day to make certain no one leaves our company […]

Jul 19, 2013
Deanna Swanson

Do the words Job Fair conjure up images of suits and sweaty palms in a ballroom or school gymnasium? Eeesh! No fun, for anyone, even the ones who say they are having fun- they’re lying. But wait, there is an alternative! SingleHop recently participated in a recruitment event that was designed to bring emerging companies and talented […]

Jul 15, 2013
Andrew Brooks

It’s not hard to do a quick search and find a plethora of blog posts, scholarly articles, and editorials that stress the importance of strong passwords and the importance of rotating your passwords regularly.  While this is all great advice, it is largely unenforceable out outside of a corporate environment where things like GPOs don’t […]

Stack Trace
Jul 8, 2013
David Dunlap

SoftLayer is a fascinating company in that it enjoys closing the loop. I think when the founders of SoftLayer left The Planet to form a new hosting company they probably did not believe the two companies would be back together again. And yet several years later, SoftLayer and The Planet merged. There is another circle […]

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