Codero Announces John Martis as New CEO
John Martis has spent over twenty years developing and expanding some of the most successful technology platforms in the world. He founded and led American Digital Network from a start-up into a multimillion-dollar business, establishing it as an early leader in the all-digital ISP market. Prior to Codero, he was President and CEO of Hostway, leading the international company in its transformation from shared hosting into a highly recognized provider of dedicated servers and managed hosting. Before that, he was Executive Vice President of Abacus America (Aplus.Net), an international web hosting company, overseeing all datacenter operations, system engineering and software development.
Codero Partner Infrascale named a Leader by Gartner
Infrascale was evaluated among 23 vendors based on a broad set of criteria including degree of vendor focus, security, compliance & global reach, and value for the money. The Gartner Magic Quadrant evaluates vendors within a particular market segment based on their completeness of vision and their ability to execute on that vision. This is the second consecutive year Infrascale has been included in the report.
Codero Strengthens Rural Telecom Focus with Strategic Director Appointment
Josh Mellott Appointed as Director, Strategic Accounts
Codero Hires Tony Howlett as CTO
For the past 15 years Tony has guided technology operations for Network Security Services, a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) and consultancy for multiple regulated sectors. In that role he led technical advancements for MSSPs including the design of a secure email cloud solution and an open source vulnerability scan tracking system. Mr. Howlett is a published author on security and technology topics, and currently serves as President of the Austin Chapter of (ISC)2. He has also served as an Advisory Board Member of GIAC with a GSNA Certification.
Chandler Vaughn Elected to the Codero Board
Prior to joining FATHOM and Codero, Mr. Vaughn held various senior management positions at Rackspace, where he helped spearhead the eventual formation of OpenStack, the world’s first free and open-sourced cloud-computing platform that a wide array of SaaS companies leverage to provide their services. Mr. Vaughn also launched the first ever Recover Cloud and Recovery Automation services to the Enterprise, State, Local, and Municipal markets, and served as the founder and head of the Cloud Computing Research Center at The University of Texas at Austin. He is currently named as inventor on several pending patents for Distributed Block Storage and Distributed Computing. Mr. Vaughn holds an MBA from Rice University and a BBA in Engineering Management from The University of Texas.