Archive for 2011

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Dec 15, 2011
Server Portal has once again been upgraded.  We’ve now made it easier for you to manage your services—all in one place—your services page. Managed your servers Make changes to your current service* Upgrade your ram Upgrade your bandwidth Upgrade the number of IP Address for your service Add additional services* Add an additional Hard Drive Add a Private Network Add Server Monitoring View bandwidth graphs Create a ticket View invoices …and more! Name your servers Tired of trying to figure out which Xeon Quad Core… Read More
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Nov 1, 2011
Starting today and ending on the 23rd of December we're giving away weekly prizes to lucky Codero Facebook fans.  Entering is easy—just like our Facebook page.  For a list prizes, drawing schedule, and promotion rules visit our specials section on the website. Like us on Facebook now!  The first drawing will be this Friday, the 4th.         Read More
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Oct 24, 2011
Are you archiving your email on a steady basis? If you’re not, you’re not alone. This is the second post in a series of blogs addressing the importance of backing up and archiving. (more…) Read More
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Oct 5, 2011
The impact of data loss can be devastating as anyone who has ever lost important information can tell you.  (more…) Read More
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Sep 6, 2011
If you haven’t noticed ... our website is undergoing a facelift. Check it out. (more…) Read More
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Aug 23, 2011
He rides a Harley. She prefers a Vespa.  He wants to see the newest Hollywood release. She loves indie films. This is not a description for the latest TV show.  (more…) Read More
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Aug 17, 2011
Codero has made some changes to our Reseller Program and response has already been great! (more…) Read More
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Aug 10, 2011
Once Linux entered the computing scene 20 years ago, nothing was the same again. Linux today is everywhere … it is the largest collaborative development project in the history of computing. You’ll find Linux in your TV, on your desktop, at the movies, powering stock exchanges, in your car, in your phone and at your ATM. Back in 1991, it was Linus Torvalds, who released the first Linux code and decided to share his operating system with the world.  Linus is also the one who… Read More