Archive for the ‘Industry Trends’ Category

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Feb 8, 2011
Our  CEO, Jonathan Ewert, talks about the future of cloud infrastructure in an interview by WebHostReportCards.com. He gives his projections for infrastructure hosting, including cloud vs. hybrid, serving enterprise’s hosting needs and managing customers’ costs. Jonathan also talks about where Codero is headed with its Cloud offering. Read the interview here. Read More
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Feb 2, 2011
With a foot of snow dumped upon us during this blizzard and a state of emergency declared in the area, it made me think about planning for disasters. As someone who has experienced losing data firsthand, I can appreciate the value of having a secure plan in place to prevent it. (more…) Read More
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Jan 25, 2011
Gartner research predicts by 2015, tools and automation will eliminate 25% of labor hours associated with IT services. That means as industries such as hosting and IT services mature, things will change even faster than they already are. (more…) Read More
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Jan 20, 2011
Codero is now supporting the free web publishing tool from Microsoft® called WebMatrix. It is available in 13 languages and allows you to easily create, customize and publish websites to the Internet. The software is designed for web developers who may be using free open-source software to build websites. (more…) Read More
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Jan 18, 2011
This is one book that does exactly what its cover says it will…give you “7 shifts to make your business faster, smarter and more social.”  (more…) Read More
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Jan 3, 2011
Mark Twain had this to say about New Year’s Day: “Now is the accepted time to make your regular annual good resolutions. Next week you can begin paving hell with them as usual.” (more…) Read More
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Sep 15, 2010
Are you working to become a greener company? Not only does Codero offer green hosting, we also are buying only 80 PLUS certified power supplies for our data center. To date, a third of our power supply units have been updated, resulting in a 25-30% decrease in power consumption. (more…) Read More
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Sep 7, 2010
Could smartphones replace credit cards? Wireless payment solutions are just around the corner. Both Visa and MasterCard announced plans to allow their customers to use their smartphones to pay for in-store purchases. Visa’s test launch program will begin this month while Mastercard closes on a deal in October with its acquisition of European payment service provider DataCash. The wireless payment space is predicted to become more than a $633 billion industry by 2014.  Increasingly, mobile customers will be looking at e-commerce merchants to stay current… Read More