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Apr 5, 2011
For those making the same change on multiple servers at the same time, this could be the tool for you. (more…) Read More
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Mar 30, 2011
It's official...Google just announced Kansas City, Kansas will get the first high-speed broadband network in the country. Just a few short miles away from Codero’s headquarters in Lenexa, Kansas, the city beat out more than 1,100 cities across the U.S. to become a test site for the fiber network. (more…) Read More
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Mar 28, 2011
Cyber attacks are nothing new but they do seem to be increasing against governments and companies around the world. Google and Amazon have both weathered Internet disruptions, and now, even RSA, the security division of storage giant EMC Corp., suffered what they called an “advanced persistent threat” (APT) recently. (more…) Read More
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Mar 24, 2011
Codero professionals will be in attendance at the Web 2.0 Expo March 29-30 in San Francisco. We’re looking forward to seeing all the developers, designers and marketers who have the same interest as we do in the next-generation web. (more…) Read More
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Mar 22, 2011
We are excited to announce the Cloud beta launch!  Now’s the time to start using it when it is at prices that are even further below market price for those who sign up during the initial beta period. Set-up for both plans is at no charge and no contracts are required. (more…) Read More
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Mar 21, 2011
Part of being a customer-focused company is looking for ways to improve upon our services. Our enhanced Server Portal is one of our most recent improvements and it has been well received by our customers. (more…) Read More
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Mar 16, 2011
Building upon “How HTML5 will change the Web,” Peter Wayner of InfoWorld continues to expand upon HTML5 features throughout his most recent series of articles. The series highlights four areas of the HTML5 standard technologies that most, if not all, modern browsers are supporting in some capacity. (more…) Read More
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Mar 10, 2011
On March 8, 2011, shortly after 8:10 am Central Time, a very large scale Distributed Denial Of Service (DDoS) attack began that was focused on an IP administered by a DNS service provider, terminating in one of the networks of our Phoenix data center. When the attack began, our network engineering team immediately implemented our DDoS recovery Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).  These procedures include: a)  investigating the nature and type of the attack; b)  communicating with our upstream providers in an effort to thwart the… Read More