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Christina Halliday
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Jul 25, 2016
Codero customer Cyber Innovation Solutions (CIS) is an innovative IT outsourcing provider, serving small and mid-size businesses. Sharing many of Codero’s core values, the company prides itself on service, support and technology innovation. CIS has multiple lines of business and relies on Codero to host its live streaming business. We recently had the opportunity to speak with Rickey Jones, the company’s CIO, to learn about his experience with Codero so we can better understand how our customers rely on us and how we can best… Read More
Christina Halliday
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Jul 1, 2016
This day and every day that follows should be Cloud Independence Day. Each July, we celebrate the shared spirit of our American forefathers and the freedoms we hold dear thanks to the bravery of generations of Americans before us. Freedoms are present in many ways throughout our daily lives, so it is easy to assume that the world was always so. We owe these rights to fundamental truths, shared and continuing struggles, and a drive for independence. In a similar fashion, every day is an… Read More
Christina Halliday
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Jun 30, 2016
A testament to our commitment to providing exceptional service, Codero was recently honored with the prestigious 2016 Best Uptime Guarantee industry award from HostingAdvice. Reliability is a mission-critical feature in hosting, and for providers that means uptime. Coupled with our tireless efforts towards providing world-class hosting infrastructure and support, this award is a reflection of Codero’s aggressive 100% uptime Service Level Agreement (SLA) for all of our dedicated servers. Codero has also consistently ranked among Netcraft’s Most Reliable Hosting Company Sites, ahead of many of… Read More
Christina Halliday
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Jun 24, 2016
A grassroots organization, Kansas City Women in Technology (KCWiT) is on an ongoing mission to grow the number of women in technology careers in their city. About Django Girls To serve this mission, KCWiT is now working with Django Girls, a non-profit organization and community that empowers and helps women to organize free, one-day programming workshops by providing tools, resources and support. A volunteer-run organization, Django Girls has hundreds of people contributing to bring more amazing women into the world of technology learning to code. The organization… Read More
Christina Halliday
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Jun 17, 2016
Company culture is more important than ever, and while it has always been a critical component of an organization’s very foundation, it’s quickly become a “must-have” rather than a “nice-to-have.” What Exactly is ‘Company Culture?’ Often implied, company culture develops organically over time from the collective traits of the organization’s employees. It refers to the beliefs and behaviors that determine how employees and management interact and handle outside business transactions. At Codero, we define culture by: How we interact with one another How we treat… Read More
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
Christina Halliday
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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