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Apr 24, 2014
[caption id="attachment_6305" align="alignright" width="105"] Chandler Vaughn, SVP Product Development at Codero[/caption] Codero Hosting and SolidFire are pleased to announce our latest webinar: Redefining Application Performance with Elastic SSD Block Storage. Join Chandler Vaughn, Codero’s SVP Product Development, and  Stuart Oliver, SolidFire's Sr. Service Provider Manager, as they discuss the shortfalls of traditional enterprise storage and the advantages of Elastic SSD Block Storage. In this webinar, you'll learn how Elastic SSD Block Storage can: [caption id="attachment_6304" align="alignright" width="105"] Stuart Oliver, Sr. Service Provider Manager at SolidFire[/caption]… Read More
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Apr 21, 2014
Continued - Here are parts 3, 4 & 5 of Sramana Mitra's, Silicon Valley tech industry Blog, Codero CEO and President, Emil Sayegh talks trends in cloud hosting. Thought Leaders in Cloud Computing: Codero CEO, Emil Sayegh (Part 3) Posted on Sunday, April 20th 2014 Sramana Mitra: Give me the number again of where you would say the flip happens from a public cloud to a hybrid cloud. Emil Sayegh: The flip is starting to happen as companies that started in the cloud are looking at… Read More
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Apr 18, 2014
Published in Silicon Valley Sramana Mitra's tech industry BLOG, Codero CEO and President, Emil Sayegh talks trends in cloud hosting. Have a read to learn some more about the cloud industry's history and some of the trends he has been tracking. Thought Leaders in Cloud Computing: Codero CEO, Emil Sayegh (Part 1) Posted on Friday, Apr 18th 2014 Cloud hosting, as companies scale, is moving from public cloud to hybrid cloud. More in this discussion. Sramana Mitra: Emil, tell us about Codero and yourself so that… Read More
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Apr 17, 2014
As a follow up to our recent and immediate action to address the vulnerabilities related to the Heartbleed bug, we wanted to offer our customers and friends an update. As you aware direct contact with us, our blog posts and media outlets, an exploit in OpenSSL known as “ The Heartbleed Bug” has come to appeared prompting the need to update exploitable software. We here at Codero have already taken proactive steps and sent notifications to our client base that might have been effected by… Read More
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Apr 15, 2014
Companies compete on various axes. Some compete on Customer Intimacy and Emotion (such as Lexus, or The Four Seasons Hotels), other companies compete on Product Design (such as Apple and Samsung), and still other companies compete on Operational Efficiency (such as Southwest Airlines and Chevron) Automation is the cornerstone of Operational Excellence and Exceeding Customer Expectations: As COO, I am in charge of operational excellence and automation efforts at Codero Hosting. I am consistently striving to create a balance between expanding our process efficiency, controlling… Read More
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Apr 10, 2014
To our Valued Codero Clients and Friends Here at Codero one of our main concerns is the safety and security of our customers. We understand that there has been a lot of coverage in the media in the past couple days regarding the Heartbleed Bug and would like to address our response. Our Codero team of experts has been carefully tracking this situation and we are working to proactively reduce the exposure to any servers hosted with Codero. Here is the status: Managed: We are happy… Read More
Christina Halliday
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Apr 4, 2014
Get Some Popcorn and watch the war of the giants.  We are betting on AWS and I’ll tell you why… Cloud Price Cut Madness! It’s official; a cloud price war has broken out! In a move to match pricing on Amazon Web Services, resulting from Google’s price cuts a day earlier, Microsoft has also slashed prices on several of its cloud computing services. This is all in line with price cuts happening right now across the entire industry, so expect more to come. The Race… Read More
Christina Halliday
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Apr 2, 2014
It is 25 years already!  Happy birthday to the World Wide Web!  Back in March of 1989, Sir Tim Berners-Lee proposed a system that made it possible to share computer information digitally using nodes and links, forming a "web" that eventually scaled worldwide, becoming what we now know as the internet. We love anniversaries, we mark seminal moments in history with this type of recognition, but often miss the big picture. Anniversaries are all around, the dawn of Google, the first Tweet ever, the dawn… Read More