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Christina Halliday
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Sep 21, 2015
Codero CEO Emil Sayegh delivered the keynote address at the Telco Data Center Summit in Dallas, TX, last Wednesday. Sayegh’s keynote looked at hybrid hosting, the future of IT infrastructure, and set out to ask one simple question: Are you ready? IT as Service (ITaaS) has become more prominent recently due to the intense rate of change brought about by cloud computing, social media, and big data. These technologies must be rapidly integrated into modern enterprise, and that’s where ITaaS enters the picture and tries… Read More
Christina Halliday
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Aug 19, 2015
Techweek, the leading technology conference and festival in the U.S., announced on Tuesday that four Codero executives made its 'Kansas City Techweek 100'. Codero CEO Emil Sayegh, CTO Chandler Vaughn, CFO Eli Bowman, and CNO Jason Ackley were all named to the list, which identifies leaders that make a significant impact on the worlds of technology and innovation. Being named to the list is a huge honor. The Techweek100 honors leaders that make important contributions to the Kansas City business ecosystem. These leaders run fast-growing… Read More
Christina Halliday
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May 14, 2015
Uptime is everything! Today’s users expect their apps and websites to deliver their data fast and reliably, regardless of what’s happening at the data center. Defending against possible single points of failure may not be top-of-mind when you first build your infrastructure, but putting this protection in place is vital to keeping your data available 24/7. Ultimately, it’s critical to keeping your customers happy, and ensuring your peace of mind. Protection is more affordable and easier than you think. While you can protect your data… Read More
Christina Halliday
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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
Christina Halliday
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Mar 18, 2015
Picking out the right server configuration for your needs can be tricky. There are many factors you need to take into consideration, and even tech-savvy people may still not know how every aspect of a given configuration will impact their websites or applications. Worry no more! Codero is happy to introduce The Codero Raw-Power Bundles to make your life easier. Each bundle is a pre-configured hosting package built around our most popular bare metal servers. The bundles add features like managed hosting, server monitoring, RAID… Read More
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Feb 17, 2015
Every day, IT organizations across the world are looking to implement better management approaches, more consistent IT practices and better processes. The need to leverage IT and development knowledge to improve overall organizational productivity has become critical to compete in the ever-changing data driven economy. Enter DevOps You could say DevOps is a direct response to the interdependence of software development and IT operations. Specifically, the resulting inefficiencies of silo'ing IT and software development can be costly. DevOps aims to help organizations rapidly produce software… Read More
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Feb 16, 2015
We work with a lot of talented clients here at Codero. In many ways, listening to and sharing our client stories is the most interesting part of what we do! Steven Laff, principal at A Far Site Better, is a premier web design, security and implementation firm based in Los Angeles. Recently featured on CBS for his insights into the recent North Korea security threat and often cited in major publications, Steven and his firm, A Far Site Better, is our featured client of the… Read More
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Aug 21, 2014
  Over the past few months, we’ve been working hard to release the Codero API. Now that it’s available to the public, developers and DevOps teams can now easily automate their Codero infrastructure with a few API calls. You can scale on the fly when needed, not when it’s too late. You can quickly and easily build your apps with API integration and automation tools. And best of all? It’s RESTful, simple, and incredibly easy to use. Here are some other benefits of the Codero… Read More