Posts Tagged ‘hybrid hosting’

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Dec 30, 2014
This article originally appeared in the WHIR. Around this time of year, a lot of articles crop up predicting what’s going to happen in technology next year. Quite often, the ‘predictions’ are pretty safe and the observations are obvious. For a decade now, Chandler, our Senior VP of Product Development, and I have been getting a kick out of reading these types of articles because all too often, they don’t say much - “Everything will become more important” and so on. The industry expects technologies to… Read More
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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 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
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Oct 7, 2014
The tech industry is notorious for marketing fluff.  From the beginning, cynics dismissed the term "cloud" as marketing hype. Even within the walls of a company where I once worked that now sells themselves as cloud innovators, the term "cloud" was laughed at. Those cynics haven’t gone away; they’ve just adapted because audiences continue to struggle with what’s hype and what’s real.  Meanwhile, analysts witness how the hosting industry struggles with true delivery on the cloud’s promises – companies encounter difficulties, lose control and never… Read More
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Sep 25, 2014
This article originally appeared on Wired.com's Innovation Insights, where experts cover the latest and greatest ideas for the next generation of business tech. A fitting place to start a conversation about our On-Demand Hybrid Cloud. Feel free to join the discussion by leaving a comment below. We have rapidly evolved into an on-demand society. People simply do not tolerate delays for goods and services. Just as consumers may opt to go through a drive-through instead of inside a restaurant, consumer behavior is forcing online businesses… Read More
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Sep 9, 2014
The age of big data has just given us an accidental insight in the wake of a recent significant earthquake in California.  It turned out that data points from fitness trackers out in the public indicated how many people were awoken during the 3am Bay Area quake. That was a little bit of a peek into the future of the internet of things and an even bigger peek into how big data can open to doors to unexplored insights. Now, the finding that an earthquake… Read More
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Jul 29, 2014
Customer feedback shapes everything we do at Codero. Delivering the best possible solutions to the web based businesses that depend on us is our team's top priority- always. It's what drives us every day, and every hour. That's why we're excited to unveil Codero's Proactive Managed Hosting Service, the newest addition to our portfolio. Proactive Managed Hosting is a full-service IT infrastructure administration and management service. It's unlike other Managed Hosting services on the market, because of its high level of support, the proactive nature… Read More
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Jun 9, 2014
Two major drivers for the adoption of cloud computing are its agility and ability to bring products in rapid time to market iterations. For the last decade, stretched-thin IT departments have increasingly found themselves in direct competition with "shadow IT" groups within their own company. Departments in the corporation were running their own IT infrastructure services in the cloud because they couldn’t wait nor rely on their own IT department. They viewed their IT organizations as slow to respond, and public cloud offerings as a… Read More