Jason McVearry
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Apr 20, 2015
Call it an obsession with performance or a need to always be striving to be the best: Codero ranks, once again, as one of the top-ten most reliable hosting websites on the internet! There are hundreds of hosting companies out there, but only a handful of these companies have ranked top-ten on the Netcraft ‘most reliable’ list consistently over the last 3 years. Why is Netcraft Ranking Important to Codero? It’s important because we believe in delivering an exceptional experience to our customers, from end-to-end.… Read More
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Apr 16, 2015
Codero wants to urgently let you know that a new critical Windows vulnerability affecting 70 million+ websites hosted on Windows servers has been discovered. Microsoft has deemed this a critical security update for all supported editions of Windows. If you are running any affected version of Windows, you are vulnerable to a remote code execution attack until you install the updates and reboot your servers. This vulnerability can affect both Codero Cloud and Codero's Dedicated Server users. Here's what you need to do to protect your… Read More
Joey Lewandowski
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Apr 9, 2015
So you are building the prototype of your million dollar app, your site is almost ready to launch and you’re ready to go live! Just one problem -- you need a hosting environment that will allow you to start lean and grow bigger as you need. Picking the right hosting provider is a crucial decision. Picking the wrong hosting provider can mean negative customer experiences, severe growing pains and performance disruption. The right hosting provider will ensure you can continue to serve your customers 24/7/365,… Read More
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Apr 3, 2015
Just about every major platform and company today has an API that lets other users build on their platform. You can see it in effect all over the web -- many sites (like Yelp, Twitter, Google adn Facebook) offer APIs to allow for developers to incorporate functionality within into their page to enhance your experience on their site. There are some drawbacks to relying too heavily on APIs when developing a site or app, though. Many companies have realized this, and have moved to versioning… Read More
Jason McVearry
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Apr 1, 2015
Update 4/2/2015: the switch to "Cadera" was a fun joke for April Fools.  It’s with great pleasure, anticipation and pride to announce Codero has a new name, a new logo and a new purpose! Some Background: First of all, who am I to make this announcement? I’m Jason McVearry, Codero’s new VP of Marketing. I’ve been working at Codero for just over two months now, and I’ve been really impressed with the product, people and process running this company. I’m a seasoned marketing professional and… Read More
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Mar 30, 2015
After many years of consideration, the Internet Engineering Task Force finally approved HTTP/2. Why should I care? It’s easy -- the internet is about to get much faster! At its core, HTTP/2 will provide a nice speed boost to web browsing. HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) is the way for your browser to communicate with websites, and sits above the TCP layer in the protocol stack so specific applications (like browsers and web servers) can talk to each other. Basically, HTTP is how your browser shows… Read More
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Mar 26, 2015
Cloud computing has been around for years, but recently there’s been a new wave of activity as companies adjust their hosting needs. According to a recent study: 44 percent of companies say they’ve moved either infrastructure or applications from one public cloud to another 25 percent moved from a public cloud into a private cloud. 24 percent moved from a public cloud back to an on-premise system. Why has there been so much cloud activity lately? The biggest reason there’s an increased level of cloud… Read More
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Mar 26, 2015
(This content was originally posted at IT Best of Breed.) Big data is big business in 2015. A rapid increase in data technologies and computing power has led to more and more enterprises and small businesses around the world accumulating massive amounts of data. Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data from sensors gathering climate information, social media posts, digital media, purchase transactions, cell phone GPS signals… the list goes on and on. It’s hard to comprehend just how big that number is.… Read More