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Jan 4, 2011
Codero employees helped lift the spirits of area children by buying gifts to donate to Toys for Tots. Employees created a new spin on the typical “Secret Santa” gift drawing. Instead of the traditional exchange in which one is assigned a person to whom they anonymously give a gift, employees bought a gift for the chosen name based on the toy they imagined that employee would have played with as a child. The gifts were then donated to Toys for Tots.  Money was contributed by… 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 29, 2010
Social media is about return on engagement. That’s something I learned from the social media boot camp Codero co-sponsored featuring Sarah Evans. (more…) Read More
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Sep 21, 2010
Here at Codero, we’ve found those merchants who conduct business with their customers online, come to us with a lot of questions about PCI Compliance. Compliancy is something the Payment Card Industry (PCI) created. They wanted to set forth standards to help alleviate some of the challenges that go along with the transmission, storage and processing of cardholder data. (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 10, 2010
We are pleased to announce the recipients of the three tickets to the Social:IRL Social Media Marketing Boot Camp with Sarah Evans on Tuesday, September 14, 2010. So many great entries were received, and it is exciting to see so many people who are passionate about expanding their knowledge in social media.  And the winners are (drum roll)… John Ary - @John_Ary Lesley Heizman @lesleyheizman Scott Johnson @SpotJ Congratulations, and we hope that you walk away with a better understanding of how social media can… Read More
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Sep 9, 2010
I recently found an interesting bookmarklet while reading one of my favorite tech junkie blogs—Liquid Page, a tool that allows you to re-design web pages within your browser.  Apparently the idea for this tool came to the developer because he wanted a way to preview different layout change on his website without having to actually code them first (a live website wireframing tool)…the Liquid Page bookmarklet came to life. Not being a designer nor a web developer, my first thought was that this would be… 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