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Mar 3, 2014
Jordan Jacobs

If you’ve logged in to your LEAP mobile app recently, you may have noticed a few changes. Our developers have been working tirelessly to get SingleHop’s LEAP mobile app platform working better for you in order to create a seamless experience and make it easier to manage your infrastructure from anywhere. With the LEAP mobile […]

LEAP mobile
Feb 28, 2014
Sean Foote

Affiliate Marketing has traditionally been a B2C marketing channel. This makes sense given that affiliate messaging has historically been largely promotional in nature. That messaging has catered to smaller impulsive buying decisions (consumer products) that do not require much, if any, due diligence. However, few businesses that plan to stay in business long make purchasing […]

Affiliate Marketing
Feb 19, 2014
Jordan Jacobs

Improvements come in many forms. Some are derived from big changes or the addition of a wholly new set of tools. These are generally called features. Other improvements are smaller. These are steps towards fine tuning performance or towards ensuring a feature delivers fully on the functionality it promised. In this version of LEAP, we […]

LEAP Release 3.2.2
Feb 18, 2014
Sam Bowling

Got your attention with that title didn’t I? Network neutrality is a hot topic lately in the Internet and there is a lot of misinformation or confusion in regards to the argument, what it is and how it affects you. I want to start this post first by stating that all comments and views in […]

Net Neutrality
Feb 14, 2014
Dan Ushman

How many cloud and infrastructure providers tout technical support as the main and only reason to sign up with them? You’ve read it a hundred times and a hundred different ways. They all say the same thing: “we offer great support.” And I’m sure many of them do, but that’s not really my point. Read […]

Best Fit
Feb 10, 2014
Sam Bowling

  No one can predict when disaster will strike, human, natural, or otherwise. Without a disaster recovery plan in place, businesses could not only lose revenue and data, but potentially go out of business. According to the Ponemon Institute’s Cost of Downtime study, some of the primary sources of downtime reported include: UPS battery failure, accidental/human error, cyber-attack, equipment failure, […]

Infographic Disaster Recovery
Feb 7, 2014
Mark Cravotta

In their latest State of Cloud Security Report, our security partner Alert Logic shared some interesting statistics about the type and frequency of attacks their customers experience. Web application attacks represent a significant threat—Alert Logic’s analysis found that 7 out of every 10 customer environments experienced an average of 40 web application attacks over a […]

Secure Your Data Center
Jan 31, 2014
Mark Cravotta

The systems and applications running in your data center are a great source of security information. Events that happen while these systems and applications run are stored in log files or logs. By reading these logs you can tell who did what, to what, and when. Many government and industry regulations make regular review of […]

Secure Your Data Center
Jan 28, 2014
Chase Ewing

Have you logged into Web Host Manager (WHM) on your cPanel server recently? Perhaps you’ve seen this little message on your home screen: “The last attempt to update WHM and cPanel has been blocked” You might also be getting a notification every day that the cPanel updater is failing. Don’t worry, this is actually normal. […]

Surviving cPanel updated