Posts Tagged ‘online security’

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May 10, 2010
Convenience and cost-effectiveness are driving email campaigns to the top of the marketing toolbox these days. The reason, in part, is due to the economy, but also because more businesses are capitalizing on the rise in popularity of mobile devises and social networking sites. These digital marketing avenues also present new breeding grounds for unsolicited commercial email (spam). (more…) Read More
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Apr 2, 2010
Following the power outage on March 15, 2010 at our Phoenix Data Center, Codero promised a full, comprehensive incident report for our customers outlining what happened and what Codero is doing to resolve the issues which caused the outage.  Please note that Codero will provide this report upon it completion, but at this time we do not have an ETA for publishing it. (more…) Read More
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Feb 15, 2010
One of the newer features in Mozilla Firefox is called private browsing.  The intent of private browsing is to prevent others who access your computer from knowing what sites you have been to.  While on the surface this may work to keep your boss, co-workers, wife and kids from knowing what sites on the Internet you are viewing, it’s not going to keep the government from finding out if they really want to. That’s right: Big Brother is Watching… and now they want to write… Read More