Christina Halliday
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May 26, 2016
Want to know how to make the most of your infrastructure? Visit The Codero Knowledge Base, a robust source of expert information and tips designed to address the latest and most popular tech questions and concerns. From database management to control panel functionality and everything in between, The Codero Knowledge Base is an invaluable resource for any business concerned with maintaining optimum performance for its website and/or applications. For example, here are two expert tips regarding Codero Name Servers: Tip #1: What are Codero Smart… Read More
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May 17, 2016
In its 123-year history, the General Electric Company (GE) has been behind some of the greatest technological innovations known to man. From the days of Edison to the conglomerate corporation it is today, the company is a trendsetter that helps define the global market. Now, ten years after the world started moving to the cloud, the big news is that GE is going 'all in,' making a big splash with a move to the cloud. 9,000 IT applications to Migrate In all seriousness, the details… Read More
Christina Halliday
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May 12, 2016
SkillNet recently switched to Codero from DataPipe to power its robust platform, and has experienced considerably superior performance: “Moving to Codero was one of the best decisions we made for our business. Codero provided expert service and support when we needed it. Our platform is running very fast and reliably.” –Michael Kritzman, Founder & CEO, SkillNet SkillNet is a talent management company We welcome SkillNet, a new innovative customer, to the Codero family. SkillNet offers an integrated suite of six modules to support customers and… Read More
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May 10, 2016
Mainstream news outlets have picked up a "new" concept in cloud computing, and are now touting the term "fog computing" (just last month, FOXBusiness published Forget the Cloud - 'The Fog' Is the Next Big Thing). This so-called future technology is the bright hybrid cloud frontier, where computing will be moving from the centralized data center environments in the large “NFL Cities” to a new dynamic that has compute power getting closer and closer to the edge, and to the distribution of users and consumers… Read More
Tony Anderson
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May 3, 2016
The low end hosting industry took a couple of black eyes this past week when stories circulated around the web over the accidental loss of customer information. It didn’t happen just once, it happened twice. It all started with a post on Server Fault , where an unidentified user called Bleemboy asked: "I run a small hosting provider with more or less 1535 customers… All servers got deleted and the offsite backups too because the remote storage was mounted just before by the same script (that is… Read More
Tony Anderson
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Apr 26, 2016
The abuse of the word "cloud": A brief history Does anybody host anymore or are we all just supposed to act like we only sell cloud now? If you follow the general trends in the hosting/cloud industry, you would have to believe that hosting is becoming extinct, as everyone is “cloud washing” (the purposeful, and perhaps deceptive attempt by a vendor to rebrand an old product or service by associating it with the buzzword “cloud”). Let’s pick a couple of examples where the word “hosting”… Read More
Jason McVearry
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Apr 25, 2016
In honor of Arbor Day this Friday, we wanted to reinforce Codero’s evergreen commitment to sustainable actions. Born from our own employees’ desire to bridge the gap between their personal environmental values and those of the ones they serve, Codero has proudly established and maintained the following since 2010 (check out the case study here): Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy certificates (RECs) Green-e Marketplace membership Ownership of 12,500 MWh of certified RECs from EcoElectrons (which means every dedicated server supporting Codero’s customers is matched with… Read More
Christina Halliday
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Apr 22, 2016
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks aren’t infamous for their sophistication; however, they’re increasing adaptability warrants a fresh look at the evolving anatomy of these dynamic threats. What is a DDoS attack? A DDoS attack is an attempt to consume one or more finite resources on a target computer or network of computers. These attack vectors block genuine users from accessing the network, application, or service and exploit detectable vulnerabilities. What are the types of DDoS attacks? Although there is a broad spectrum of types… Read More