Posts Tagged ‘culture’

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Nov 11, 2015
On behalf of the entire Codero family, we'd like to thank each and every veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces, whose sacrifice makes it possible for us to enjoy the freedoms we so cherish. These freedoms are not the norm throughout most of world, and we have our veterans to thank for them. Codero is blessed to have many veterans in our family, and I want to remind them how honored we are to have them as a part of Codero, and we would like… Read More
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Nov 2, 2015
For the third year in a row, Codero Hosting is honored to participate in the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program, which helps local families that have fallen on hard times by providing toys and clothing to children in Travis and Williamson counties. This year, the Salvation Army of Austin's goal is to give gifts to more than 6,400 children, and Codero has committed to help the cause! In 2014, Codero sponsored over 35 children in the Austin and Kansas City areas! Our goal this year is to… Read More
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Oct 30, 2015
This has been a very fun week at Codero, filled with delicious foods and amazing costumes! With Halloween just one day away, we wanted to cap our week off with a bang -- and I think I can safely say, "Mission accomplished!" (In case you missed out the festivities from earlier in the week, you can take a look back here.) We have a second wave of awesome costumes! First off is Cindy Wisner. She may be forever smiling on our home page, but there's… Read More
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Oct 29, 2015
It may be the end-of-the-month sales push at the Codero offices, but that doesn't mean there isn't time for a little fun! With Halloween this week, our offices in Austin and Kansas City are celebrating all week long with some Halloween haunts! Yesterday, we kicked things off with delicious Halloween treats. We had great food available all day long -- from donuts in the morning to muffins, cookies, and other tasty treats in the afternoon! Tomorrow, we're capping off the week with a SOUPer lunch… Read More
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Dec 19, 2013
One of the complaints I hear most often from folks in network-related roles is that they feel like they're being crammed into a little box. There's plenty to learn and do in technical roles, but too frequently people are only allowed to work on a very small subset of tasks with limited responsibilities. Recently, I was interviewing a candidate and asked what technology they most wanted to work on. Their response was, "Well, I really want to be able to work on the core routing… Read More
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Dec 13, 2013
At Codero, we live by the slogan “making customers smile”. However, as the holiday season approaches there’s no better way to adapt that slogan than to “making children smile.” We believe that the holidays are a wonderful time for families and loved ones to come together and celebrate—and all families deserve to experience the joy of the season. In an effort to provide needy children with the happiness of the holidays, the Salvation Army Angel Tree Program relies on donations and the efforts of volunteers… Read More
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Nov 25, 2013
The time around Thanksgiving provides the perfect chance to take a few moments to look back at the past 12 months and say “thank you” for all of the blessings we have received.  As I take time to reflect on the events of my life, both professionally and personally, I am truly grateful to be participating in this wonderful opportunity.  Our lives get busy, and it’s easy to forget that we have a lot to be thankful for. It’s imperative that we make time to… Read More
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Jul 9, 2013
A company without culture is like a sandwich without bread.  It just isn't possible.  Whether the culture is implied, in the background, or printed on company letterhead, it is ever-present.  Make no mistake. In the beginning, Codero’s culture was not "codified" - it was relaxed and informal, and implied.  We all knew we were a service focused organization that was here 24/7/365 to support our customers IT infrastructures, resolve and anticipate our customer’s technical problems, proactively implement improvements, and ultimately make the customer feel like… Read More