Emil Sayegh
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Apr 7, 2016
Today, we’re taking a look back at the progress we’ve made with the strategic investment partnership we forged with our RLEC and ILEC partners across the country. As we approach the one-year anniversary of the launch of the partnership and the impact its had on Codero and our RLEC partners, we are proud to officially announce that  this venture has proven to be very successful. The progress we've made cements Codero's position as the leading provider of hosting services for the RLEC and ILEC markets.   AUSTIN, TEXAS, APRIL 7,… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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Apr 2, 2016
Codero is a team of passionate hosting nerds—we geek out over the latest hypervisors and believe Linux is an OS of Epoch proportions. Our enthusiasm may not be shared by all, but we also find ways to get our kicks through more "mainstream" mediums. Take this for example, an email our CEO, Emil Sayegh, sent on April 1 at 5:50AM CST:     What made this my favorite of Emil's storied history of April Fool's pranks is his strategic timing—early morning grogginess meant my brain was still catching up with my eyes (which were selectively seeing only… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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Apr 1, 2016
At Codero, we’re always on a mission to innovate and expand our product offerings in order to best serve our customers. We regularly solicit feedback from and listen to not only our current customers, but also prospective customers as well to ensure they’re receiving the best possible service. Our dedication to this ongoing effort inspired the launch of our latest offering – we’re proud to announce Human Servers, an addition to our amazing server line up. Yes, we are now offering actual human servers for… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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Mar 28, 2016
A cautionary tale has emerged in the realm of Amazon’s cloud services, and it is filled with the consequence of technology choice versus business benefits. This is a lesson that all start-ups, SMBs, and mid-sized enterprises should heed and learn from. Online storage provider Dropbox has confirmed that it is pulling up its stakes that had been firmly set in the AWS environment, and leaving AWS. Each day, Dropbox has served nearly half of a billion users around the world with access to file storage… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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Mar 24, 2016
Public health, education, high-tech farming and agriculture, seismic data collection, oil exploration and production, clean energy generation and management, transportation, and disaster management are examples of the many industries that require intense computing resources, often in rural America. SMBs in rural areas, just like in the major cities, are becoming increasingly reliant on cloud services as part of their core operations. Collecting, distributing, and updating information is maximized when widespread coverage, reliable connectivity, and proximal computing power are available. Take agribusiness for example: agriculture and food… Read More
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Mar 22, 2016
The evolution of technology has fundamentally changed the security landscape. The trench warfare style of a static frontline for computer security has given way to guerilla warfare. In the past few weeks alone, we’ve seen the Glibc vulnerability and the DROWN SSL vulnerability. Cybersecurity risks pose increased threat to your business, which can be subjected to significant liabilities if your network falls victim to a cyber-related attack. Safeguard your environment and your business by reviewing the five actions crucial for preparedness: identify, protect, detect, respond,… Read More
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Mar 1, 2016
Today, researchers from a number of universities and organizations around the world announced the DROWN SSL exploit.  DROWN, an acronym standing for Decrypting RSA with Obsolete and Weakened eNcryption, is an exploit that allows for remote decryption of SSL communications even if they’re protected by more advanced cipher suites. DROWN was assigned CVE CVE-2016-0800. Read a detailed analysis and fix to this vulnerability at DROWNattack.com Who is Affected? Anyone who uses SSL for any services including, but not limited to, HTTPS or IMAPS should assume… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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Feb 29, 2016
When it comes to choosing a cloud hosting provider, business owners have two primary concerns: performance and service. Unfortunately, many hosting companies focus on one or the other, succumbing to the “Tyranny of the OR,” making this seemingly simple decision a huge headache—until now. At Codero, we believe in the power of the “AND.” The Genius and Power of “And” At Codero, we are all students of Jim Collins’ Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies. Collins touted the “Tyranny of the OR,” a concept that explains that… Read More