To help keep you up-to-date with the latest news and ideas from the industry, we have compiled the latest articles from industry leaders and corporate blogs. New content is pulled hourly from each blog's RSS feed. The article links will take you directly to the related blog.
At Codero, we believe the most important service we provide is service. We don’t mean to diminish the critical importance of quality hardware, blazing fast processing speeds and rock-solid network reliability, those are critically important as well. But the ability to weave together and stand up solutions customized to the specific needs of the customer, coupled with on-going support to…
Our President and CEO, Bill King, recently spoke with Website Planet about a number of topics including the flexibility, cost savings and scalability of hybrid multi-cloud solutions, the factors for selecting AWS or Azure, small business solutions, and our Serious Support™ commitment. As a long-standing provider of hosting services, Codero has a experienced perspective on industry trends and customer objectives.…
Griffin Leen-Sohl, a hosting and managed services industry veteran with over 20 years of experience in progressively senior roles at companies such as Rackspace, Catapult Systems, Cogeco Peer1, Hostway, and BigCommerce, has been named Vice President and Chief Sales Officer at Codero, a hosted solutions provider of IT infrastructure and cloud integration services. Griffin leads Codero’s global sales, channel and…
Codero, a global provider of value-added cloud-based technology and hosted infrastructure solutions, announced today that it has unified, simplified and expanded its managed service and support offerings under the consolidated brand of Serious Support™. Created to address the fact that no two production environments are exactly the same, Serious Support™ provides a highly customizable framework that enables customers to choose…
Rob Ossian, a hosting and managed services industry leader with over 20 years of experience with such companies as Dell and National Instruments, has been named Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Codero, a hosted solutions provider of IT infrastructure and cloud integration services. Rob is responsible for leading Codero’s world-class operations, platforms, support, and data center teams. In…
Mike Robski, a hosting industry veteran with over 25 years of software design and development experience, has been named vice president and chief development officer at Codero, a hosted solutions provider of IT infrastructure and cloud integration services. Mike has led the design, development and implementation of end-to-end OSS/BSS software installations including CRM, order handling, billing, subscription lifecycle management and…
Codero, a hosted solutions provider of IT infrastructure and cloud integration services to 3,000 customers worldwide, announces that William E. (Bill) King has been appointed as president and chief executive officer. King was previously president and managing principal of JSI Capital Advisors, LLC, an investment banking and financial services firm serving the strategic transactional needs of rural and community-based communications…
Codero Holdings, Inc. (Codero), a leader in managed hybrid cloud hosting and technology enablement, has been certified by the European Union and U.S. Department of Commerce under the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework for the collection, use, and retention of personal information transferred from the EU to the U.S. supporting transatlantic business.
It’s no secret by now that digital transformation is shaking up even the largest companies. Hybrid multi-cloud has quickly become the best way to get exactly the right mix of resources to support your company’s specific infrastructure needs. But, hybrid multi-cloud and other infrastructure models can be difficult to navigate without an expert on hand. It’s essential to your company’s survival that you choose a managed services provider to help you along the way.
Darwin may not have been talking about business when he came up with the phrase “Survival of the Fittest”, but it’s definitely true in today’s business world. Technology is changing daily and businesses must adapt to stay competitive. Research firm Innosight has reported that the average lifespan of a typical company is down from 61 years to 18, with further declines expected. The culprit? Digital disruption.
Even if you’re not an IT expert, you still have to make educated choices about the hosting and web services you use. Your business success depends on it.\r\nOur upcoming webinar series breaks down the basics so that you can make informed and confident decisions – even if you’re an IT beginner.
You’ve been through enough end-of-support migrations and updates at this point to know that they’re usually a blessing in disguise. Being forced to update may be an organizational headache, but at least you’ll come out of it with some shiny, modern capabilities.\r\nThe SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 end of extended support July 9, 2019 will be no exception. Needless to say, a great deal has changed since SQL Server 2008 was introduced 10 years ago, and you will almost certainly find this update brings better database performance and reliability.
Codero is now offering Microsoft Server 2016 in our product lineup. In this post, we’ll review some of the new features you’ll see with this updated version. Microsoft Server 2016 Compute: More memory, processors, and VMs supported per server. Physical and virtual machines will show improvement due to updates to Win32 Time and Hyper-V Time […]
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After testing and verification, Codero is now offering Microsoft SQL Server 2016, with advanced security and improved performance. The 2016 edition was released June 1, 2017, and offers significant improvements over the 2012 and 2014 versions of SQL Server, including: Security – Data at rest and data in motion are protected by a platform that […]
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Hosting Provider Codero and Partners Provide Support to Companies Hit by Hurricane Harvey Catastrophic. Epic. The words used to describe the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey barely meet the description as the images of the destruction in Houston unfolded. As businesses try to restore business as usual, they’re working to find solutions for flooded buildings, […]
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It’s hard to plan for every eventuality, whether at work or at home. When was the last time you backed up your phone or laptop data? Businesses aren’t much better about this kind of disaster recovery preparation, even though downtime or lost data can lead to lost revenue, or even to business failure. Small and […]
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Gartner names Infrascale a LEADER in Disaster Recovery as a Service Gartner released its annual Magic Quadrant report on Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) in June. Codero partner Infrascale was named a Leader in this evolving space – for which we applaud them – but there are other notable market shifts in the report. […]
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Do you have a toxic backup relationship? These nine warning signs will help you decide if it’s time to breakup with your current backup and will ensure the right choice for a hybrid cloud backup solution. Nine warning signs you’re in a toxic relationship Is your vendor’s solution appliance-centric? The problem with many hybrid backup […]
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The Industry Buzz section is divided into three major sections, which is then subdivided into smaller sections.
Corporate Blogs which include official blogs from web hosts, registrars, search engines and other related sites.
Magazines & Blogs include interesting websites related to the hosting industry, but not necessarily from official company blogs.
Industry Leaders include personal blogs from important industry leaders, such as employees from Google and WordPress. These blogs sometimes include insights on how industry leaders think, but also may contain topics not related to hosting.