Featured Posts
May 23, 2014
Deanna Swanson

We love our loft-style office with its green walls, exposed brick, and rooftop deck in the heart of River North. But it’s just not perfect.  Everyone is split up between two different floors of the building. The elevator is always a gamble on whether or not you’ll make it to your desired floor. The dishwasher […]

office
May 20, 2014
Zak Boca

I’m excited to announce that we’ve secured $14.8 million in debt financing, which is being led by Silicon Valley Bank with participation from Farnam Street Financial Inc. This round of financing brings us to a total of $42 million raised over the last two years. This funding comes at a time when enterprises are adopting […]

Growth
May 16, 2014
Zak Boca

In honor of National Small Business week, I want to highlight the 150,000 SMBs that helped me throughout my career in the SMB world and how the lessons I learned from them influence SingleHop today. My career has been spent servicing the small business space. Prior to SingleHop, I ran midPhase, a shared web hosting […]

150000 SMB
May 13, 2014
Sean Foote

There are many things to consider when planning a cohesive cross-channel marketing strategy. Not only what to consider, but also when to consider it can be the key to success and getting optimum ROI on your marketing investments. These decisions and overall scope across channels can be overwhelming – even for the experienced marketer. This […]

Attribution and Marketing Infographic
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
May 6, 2014
Dan Ushman

Next time you walk through a major electronics store, take a moment to look at the plethora of Internet-connected gadgets we can use every day. There’s an incredible amount of innovation happening here by both new upstarts and existing giants. Everything now-a-days seems to have a CPU and connection — from TVs to thermostats, smoke […]

Internet of Things
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
Apr 15, 2014
Andy Pace

To most people a data center probably just looks like a big boring building with no windows, kind of like a prison. But to the people who spend their days on the inside, it’s much more interesting—even above and beyond the electrical and mechanical engineering. There are so many components that go into the upkeep […]

5 Data Center Needs
Apr 11, 2014
David Dunlap

I am a big believer when it comes to hands on experience. There are just some things that must be felt. Entrepreneurship is one of those things. You will never truly understand everything that encompasses the process of developing an idea from passing thought to fully realized product, until you go out and do it. […]

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