Binary Net poised for growth with popularity of cloud-based services
Dwain Hebda, Midlands Business Journal
For many companies, an election year and an economy struggling to get itself back on track paint a picture of modest if not restricted growth possibilities. Not so for Binary Net, a Lincoln-based information technology company specializing in data storage and management solutions.
“In a lot of ways 2011 was a revolutionary time for our industry,” said CEO Layne Sup. “It was a year when a lot of what had been cutting edge technology became a lot ...Continue Reading →
NIST keeps time with Binary Net
The National Institute of Standards and Technology maintains 27 public servers worldwide for accurate time distribution, the most recent installation is located in Lincoln Nebraska at Binary Net’s datacenter. This is the only server located between Chicago, IL and Boulder, CO. NIST’s extremely accurate time recording services led them to create 2 ion clocks, each measure a single ion of aluminum to make a clock that would not gain or lose more than one second in 3.7 billion years.
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What Powers Your Data Center?
Recently I was discussing with a potential data center client the advantage to being located on a solid primary triple-redundant power in a location that rarely experiences blackouts. The prospect dismissed this as unimportant, sighting that generators and reliable battery power was the real answer.
Redundancy does require redundant onsite power options; however, no matter the size of your generators and battery backups, solid utility power should be one of your first decisions in selecting a data center location.
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Flooding, the Technical Challenge
With the latest round of flooding along the Missouri River, many small businesses are re-evaluating their disaster recovery plans. Flooding is often a unique disaster for technology professionals to understand.
Flooding can keep you from getting to a working system. Often a system that you cannot physically reach is worse than one that is a smoking hole in the ground. The decision-making process with floods is often difficult to understand when to move into disaster-recovery mode with critical systems.
Flooding may segregate ...Continue Reading →
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