Posts Tagged ‘ecommerce’

Emil Sayegh
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Nov 13, 2015
In an age of digital media, analog comic book collecting is still going strong. A lot of that has to do with top-tier comic book shops offering bestsellers, like Batman, Star Wars, Justice League, and many others. And unlike the music industry, the rise of digital comic distribution has increased demand for hard copy comics. Midtown Comics has grown to handle this demand as one of America’s most prominent online and brick and mortar comic book retailers. How to Handle More than 1 Million SKUs… Read More
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Sep 28, 2015
Many small businesses choose to host with Codero for a stable, secure ecommerce platform. Uptime is critical, especially as the holiday season (and Black Friday!) creep ever closer. AntiqueFarmHouse, one of Codero’s modern ecommerce customers, is a hand-picked furniture retailer that empowers normal people to add designer touches to their homes. About AntiqueFarmHouse AntiqueFarmHouse separates itself from its crowded field by offering lower prices and not offering too many products. One of AntiqueFarmHouse’s two owners, Nadia Khayat, says that similar companies bombard and overwhelm their customers with… Read More
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Jan 28, 2015
Kevin Price, the host of "The Price of Business", featured Codero's CEO, Emil Sayegh, to chat about the hosting industry and the challenges users face while searching for the right hosting service. Ecommerce, Big Data and SaaS products all require storage and computing power. Listen to this broadcast for critical insight on choosing the right hosting plan for your business. Read More
Emil Sayegh
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Dec 22, 2014
As the holidays approach, I want to take a moment to personally thank you for your business, your partnership and your trust. Since 2009, Codero has been serving our customers through reliable, high-performance and flexible hosting services, proudly backed by our excellent customer support. We are committed to continuing this in 2015 and in the years to come. 2014 was a big year for investing in our customers' needs. For starters, we expanded and invested in a new state-of-the-art data center in Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, and developed… Read More
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Dec 4, 2014
Part of being a true industry leader is always striving to improve and evolve.  At Codero, we take being the leading provider of dedicated, cloud, managed and On-Demand Hybrid hosting very seriously. That’s why we’re proud to announce three major updates to our services: Automated On-Demand Hybrid setup and drag-and-drop functionality Automated Codero Elastic Block Storage (CEBS) setup and drag-and-drop functionality New API hooks for CEBS and Hybrid 1. End-to-End Automation for Hybrid For all new deployments of dedicated servers and Cloud, Codero Automation makes… Read More
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Dec 2, 2014
Here at Codero, customer feedback drives everything we do. So when we heard the calls for continuous data backup, we knew it was time to partner with the best and the brightest: R1Soft. Check out the full press release on the Codero-R1Soft partnership here, or read it below to learn more about why we chose R1Soft, and how Codero Continuous Data Protection can save you time, money, and most importantly, your data. (more…) Read More
Emil Sayegh
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Oct 27, 2014
There’s a myth going around about the Cloud, luring companies in with promises like “Everything will just work,” “It will be so much cheaper,” “It’s absolutely reliable” and so on. “The Cloud is right for everyone,” it says. However, for every company lured in by that siren song, you’ll hear just as many moving entirely to the Cloud and crashing against the rocks. This can be devastating, especially to smaller companies, or startups with limited time and means. Throughout all of my travels and discussions… Read More
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Sep 11, 2014
The look in their eyes, their handshake, the tone of their voice, and all of the messages they’re sending with their body language– these are all part of the incredibly complex picture of recognizing who someone is, and ascertaining their intent. For centuries, business transactions were conducted in person. The intermingling of computers, the internet, and business, however, has forced face-to-face interaction to take a backseat to digital forms of identification. The earliest answer to this has been the password.  Yet as password management, standards,… Read More