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Dec 17, 2009
Recently, Codero joined the ranks of the Microsoft® Gold Certified Partner Program. Representing the highest level of competence and expertise with Microsoft technologies, the program recognizes several areas of technical and business expertise as a hosting provider. As part of this certification, “Codero was awarded three key Microsoft Competencies ­– Networking Infrastructure Solutions, Security Solutions and Hosting Solutions – as well as the Small Business Specialist designation. In addition to achieving at least one competency, members are required to earn 120 Partner Points through additional… Read More
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Dec 11, 2009
The best new apps for your smartphone, “the cloud,” your desktop and more. Many were on display at this week’s LeWeb ’09 in Paris, drawing over 2000 participants from 46 countries in Paris for Europe’s #1 Internet event. North America will dive into its own big technology expos starting next month, but LeWeb gave us a preview of what’s coming – and even what’s already here. This year’s program (December 9 and 10) also focused on really, really big questions, like: (more…) Read More
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Dec 10, 2009
We started our 1st annual Toys for Tots fundraiser. We have a company wide competition known as Penny Wars going on at Codero. If you would like to see how your favorite department is doing check our facebook page for daily updates. Read More
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Dec 9, 2009
The 2009 Future of Web Design (FOWD) conference, held November 16 and 17 in New York, offered a great, once-a-year opportunity to learn about the biggest web design trends, with a unique look at what we will be able to do in the future when programming websites and web apps. Among the new ideas and technologies up for debate at this year’s FOWD, I personally find it exciting that advancements underway in HTML5 and CSS3 will improve usability for consumers on the Internet. These advancements… Read More
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Dec 7, 2009
Cause marketing and going green is triple H-O-T in the business world. Rightfully so, as nowadays determining a business’s level of corporate responsibility has become a staple in the consumer buying process. Companies can hardly ‘fake’ green anymore due to the amount of consumer skepticism and the watchful eye of competitors. (more…) Read More
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Nov 30, 2009
In January of this year cloud computing was predicted as a web hosting trend for 2009. While a growing trend, confusion exists in the marketplace as to what exactly cloud computing is, so I sought out a quick and simple explanation for cloud computing, and how it affects the everyday person. Some of the sites/online tools I take advantage of utilize cloud computing. For example, when I log in to Facebook and upload pictures, they are stored in a cloud - same for when I… Read More
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Nov 24, 2009
Now that Microsoft and Yahoo are joining forces in search (Microhoo?), this three-way comparison may no longer be needed. Google still dominates the market: as of last summer, Yahoo and Microsoft had a combined U.S. query market share of 28 percent while Google stood at 65 percent, according to ComScore. However, the Yahoo/Microsoft deal is likely to mean that Microsoft will incorporate Yahoo's search technology while using Microsoft's AdCenter and the Bing search engine to power both sites. Should be interesting. Since Bing’s official launch… Read More
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Nov 23, 2009
It’s finally happened: social media has risen to the top of our everyday terminology. The New Oxford American Dictionary just announced “unfriend” as its 2009 Word of the Year. That’s right: unfriend (verb) "To remove someone as a 'friend' on a social networking site such as Facebook." Other Internet/technology words considered this year include hashtag, netbook and paywall, as well as Twitt, Tweeple and other common Twitter terms. Check out the full list here. (more…) Read More