Archive for the ‘Industry Trends’ Category

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Jan 12, 2017
There are many discussions in recent events regarding the threat of vulnerable IoT devices. Part of the scare here is the ability of nefarious actors to unleash these devices in controlled botnets in strategic Denial of Service attacks. This is a very tangible threat that has manifested in a number of recent attacks including a massive DNS outage leveraged against DYN several weeks ago. The truth of the matter is that the threat from IoT and industrial devices is not really new, it just seems… Read More
Kami Haynes
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Jan 9, 2017
Each new year heralds a round of prognostications, with various industry analysts and writers scratching their heads about what happened last year and what may happen this year. We’ve rounded up a list of predictions for you to consider – time will tell who had the best view into the crystal ball when it comes to cloud technology. Topping the list with his one big prediction for 2017 is Joe McKendrick, Forbes contributor: “…the Internet of Things (IoT) is the major force that will drive… Read More
Jay Patrick
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Oct 12, 2016
Is your host lazy? Here’s your 5 signs. Bandwidth and disk space are only a couple of critical decisions to be made when deciding on the ideal hosting partner. Simply put, hosting has many moving parts, and they all need to work in unison to deliver a first-rate, continuous service. Choosing a low cost provider might seem like a rational choice, but in fact it could be a false economy due to the harm that it can cause your business. Don’t let your hosting provider… Read More
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Sep 12, 2016
Not long ago VMware revolutionized computing forever. Its virtualization software allowed companies to stack greater workloads than ever before onto enterprise servers. Moreover, it had widespread appeal thanks to an agnostic approach to working across numerous operating systems and hardware platforms. Fast forward to today’s world of enterprise computing. VMware has transferred ownership a few times, but its unique worth remains solidly intact - with powerful ways of extracting value and flexibility out of a given set of compute resources. Network virtualization, highly configurable system… Read More
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Aug 3, 2016
Rural Telecom Magazine decided to highlight the need for cloud and hosting solutions in rural areas. Please review the article published in this month's publication in which they highlighted Codero CEO, Emil Sayegh, to discuss the technology challenges and the available solutions.  Rural Telecom is published by NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association six times a year. BRINGING THE CLOUD TO RURAL FARMS AND BUSINESSES Public health, education, high-tech farming and agriculture, seismic data collection, oil exploration and production, clean energy generation and management, transportation and disaster management are examples of… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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Jul 5, 2016
In a number of ways, the “Internet of Things” is a perfect description for the phenomenon that it aims to describe. The wide spectrum of applications that this radical technology incorporates is vast and it is growing with every passing day. For some, the word “things” in IOT may sound like a bit of a lazy term, as though a better description wasn’t available, but the term is clearly filled with great merit and potential. Over time, many have seized the opportunity many to interpret,… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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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
Emil Sayegh
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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