Emil Sayegh
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Jun 6, 2013
I talk to so many Start-ups, as well as Small and Medium Businesses, that are still running servers in their closets. Really? Why would anyone need to run servers on-premise anymore and worse – in the server closet? Sound crazy? Well it really is! A lot can go wrong in the closet It’s time to get the word out to everyone. Outsourced Hosting services – dedicated, managed, cloud or hybrid are much better options in every case for small, medium, and start-up businesses. For businesses… Read More
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May 31, 2013
We just got back from our first stop on our summer road trip and we wanted to share some of the highlights with you. Where did we go first? CloudCon Expo SF in San Francisco, CA. There, I shot some video of discussions our CEO, Emil Sayegh, participated in “The Business of Cloud and Big Data – Power Panel”. Here are just a few of the video highlights from the panel discussion that I captured. Enjoy! On-Demand Hybrid – The Holy Grail of Hosting At… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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May 29, 2013
The IT Manager Dilemmas: I remember when I was an IT Manager in the late 90’s. Back then I was responsible for of the massive IT infrastructure for a pre-paid phone card processor. It was an environment full of “big iron”. I had a giant storage array bigger than my car, bunches of dedicated servers, multiple HP-UX servers running Oracle databases, a Stratus Continuous Availability Server that you could literally swap a processor on without shutting it down, and a giant SS7 telephony switch. All… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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May 20, 2013
Ladies and gentlemen - It's big, it's data, it's big data. It was the talk of the town at CloudCon Expo in San Francisco this week. CloudCon Expo was a great event. It was great to meet and talk to so many peers, partners, customers and people from across the industry. One of the highlights for me was participating in the CEO-only, keynote panel, the “POWER Panel: The Business of Cloud & Big Data” - with the likes of other industry thought leaders. From industry legend… Read More
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May 10, 2013
Summer is the time for travel and the same is true here at Codero. We are hitting the road, coast to coast, from San Francisco to New York and passing by Texas, with a lot of events planned along the way, with even more to come. In fact, the fun begins next week. We’ll be headed to the Valley for CloudCon Expo San Francisco – May 14-15. CloudCon Expo is an event that touches on best practices and strategies for Cloud Deployment. Our CEO, Emil… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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Apr 30, 2013
I’ve heard it from customers before, “When are you going to offer more storage options?” Well, you asked and we delivered. I’m happy to announce our newest offering: Network Area Storage (NAS) & Storage Area Network (iSCSI SAN) storage for your Dedicated Hosting and Managed Hosting services. We always work to offer our customers the best options and with NAS and iSCSI SAN you get two types of storage to choose from. We developed these new solutions to more efficiently and effectively serve Windows and… Read More
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Apr 11, 2013
That’s right. Google has announced its next city for Google fiber and guess where it’s going to be? Why Austin, Texas, of course! That’s something everyone at Codero is happy about. It’s great and all that Google fiber is coming to Austin, but we got to thinking about something. Google has already brought fiber to Kansas City and now, Austin. Now, we don’t want to say it’s because Codero has offices in both cities, but… First, it was Kansas City (and for those of you… Read More
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Apr 1, 2013
A dark storm has come to part of the world. No, not a major hurricane or tidal wave, but something much worse. It brought havoc to those across the African coast. What was it? Something that strikes fear into even the strongest of Internet customers: an undersea fiber cut! According to news reports, numerous teams were sent to the scene to fix the cut and restore service to Internet hungry customers. Unfortunately, more havoc ensued when customers began revolting and gasp, getting off their computers… Read More