Archive for the ‘Small Business Solutions’ Category

Emil Sayegh
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Sep 3, 2015
One of the biggest stories of the past few weeks is the recent breach of affair-oriented dating site Ashley Madison. Hackers released the personal information of more than 37 million users, which has led to embarrassment, blackmail, and government investigations. Regardless of the moral position of a company like this, this kind of breach is an unprecedented disaster for any organization hosting sensitive information. Its entire business was built on the notion of secrecy; in the eyes of the public, it has failed miserably in… Read More
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Aug 20, 2015
As more companies enter the world of ecommerce, it’s increasingly important to separate your business from the crowd. Codero empowers companies with critical ecommerce websites to grow their businesses through a reliable infrastructure, expert support, and the ability to handle increasing ecommerce demands year after year. One of Codero’s many growing ecommerce-focused customers is USA Kilts, a Pennsylvania-based company that supplies highland wear (kilts and related products) to customers in the United States and around the world. USA Kilts has become a leader in supplying… Read More
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Aug 18, 2015
Having the ability to grow and scale your business is critical. A hosting environment powered by a world-class cloud means your performance is guaranteed and your business is ready to scale when needed. Having a powerful (yet simple) API helps you scale your business by giving you the ability to manage your hosting environment with tools of your choice, on your time. The ability to leverage Docker and containerization adds to your control toolset as well. Using containers to control your environment can cut down… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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Aug 7, 2015
The cloud has caused a revolution in the technology market and has upended the way businesses roll out applications, aggregate and process data, and more. When talking about cloud application, platform development, and adoption, it all comes down to value. Visionary tech leaders are the ones introducing the cloud to their businesses, as they understand its real-world implications and application. Cloud innovation is identifiable in distinct development phases that start with ideas and roll into production. These same leaders are the ones called upon, once… Read More
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Jun 4, 2015
Moore’s Law states that “over the history of computing hardware, the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit has doubled approximately every two years.” While this sentiment mainly applies to the processing power of computers, the same type of pattern can be seen in the world of data growth and storage. The amount of data being generated today is enormous! By 2020, it’s expected to reach 40,000 exabytes (EB), which is more than 5.2 TB of data per person on the planet! That’s a… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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May 14, 2015
Uptime is everything! Today’s users expect their apps and websites to deliver their data fast and reliably, regardless of what’s happening at the data center. Defending against possible single points of failure may not be top-of-mind when you first build your infrastructure, but putting this protection in place is vital to keeping your data available 24/7. Ultimately, it’s critical to keeping your customers happy, and ensuring your peace of mind. Protection is more affordable and easier than you think. While you can protect your data… Read More
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Apr 3, 2015
Just about every major platform and company today has an API that lets other users build on their platform. You can see it in effect all over the web -- many sites (like Yelp, Twitter, Google adn Facebook) offer APIs to allow for developers to incorporate functionality within into their page to enhance your experience on their site. There are some drawbacks to relying too heavily on APIs when developing a site or app, though. Many companies have realized this, and have moved to versioning… Read More
Emil Sayegh
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Mar 26, 2015
Cloud computing has been around for years, but recently there’s been a new wave of activity as companies adjust their hosting needs. According to a recent study: 44 percent of companies say they’ve moved either infrastructure or applications from one public cloud to another 25 percent moved from a public cloud into a private cloud. 24 percent moved from a public cloud back to an on-premise system. Why has there been so much cloud activity lately? The biggest reason there’s an increased level of cloud… Read More