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Jul 9, 2010
Dan Ushman

‘Cloud hosting’ can be an ambiguous term. That ambiguity can make shopping for cloud hosting difficult. How are you to know what type of cloud hosting you need when you can hardly define it? Much like their Cirrus and Cumulonimbus brethren in nature, cloud hosting platforms come in a number of shapes and sizes, but […]

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Jul 7, 2010

Now live and active, the Singlehop Community Forum is flourishing. Its only been just days since its debut, and already the community is growing rapidly as clients and staff utilize this technological learning tool. Besides a wealth of client-generated questions and answers, you’ll find tutorials designed by the staff, as well as by the Community. […]

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Jun 30, 2010

Technological evolution comes about through a combination of time, experience, and a dedication to continually optimize and innovate. Technological revolutions, on the other hand, generally only come to fruition when one or more great ideas are used in sync to create something that is more powerful as a single unit than the individual pieces that […]

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Jun 24, 2010

This week Zak, our CEO, was invited to participate in the UN Global Compact Leaders Summit for 2010. The Leaders Summit is an event convened every three years by the UN’s secretary general for the purpose of bringing the world’s top business, philanthropic, and government minds to wrestle through the immense social and environmental issues facing our planet. […]

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Jun 21, 2010
Dan Ushman

A short while ago, Zak Boca, our beloved President, CEO and head Pug groomer, floated the idea of launching a community forum so that our customers can interact with each other (and ourselves) in an open-to-the-public medium. SingleHop is a family, and we have always striven to make that clear: We’re more than just a […]

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Jun 21, 2010

One of the basic questions you need to answer when working on a startup is where the project will live—what infrastructure will you use to serve your application and store your project data? Until 2007, the most common solution was to buy a server (or a server cluster, depending on the size of the project) […]

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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 17, 2010
Kyle Kinder

What exactly is cloud computing? Search Cloud Computing on any major search engine and you will find a seemingly infinite number of definitions.  I decided to write on this subject because like many others I find this extremely confusing.  How can a buzzword such as this have so many different and complex definitions?  After researching […]

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Jun 14, 2010

Like summer songs, technologies have their own life-cycles. Jay-Z’s ‘Young forever’, and Black Eyed Pea’s ‘I Gotta Feeling’ seem bound to dominate 2010′s pop music summer charts. However, once fall and winter begin to swoop in newer and maybe even catchier songs will begin to take their place. Cloud computing is one of those technologies […]

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Jun 10, 2010

I often get questions from clients asking what all is included in general managed services and how can it help me? The quick answer is that general managed services gives you 2 hours of technical support for your dedicated server from our team, anytime it is required. Yes that inlcudes 24/7/365. Expert support, all the […]

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