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Indiana Chamber Legislative Dinner, Sponsored by Lifeline Data Centers

As a new member and sponsor of the Indiana Chamber, we were happy to sponsor this year’s Legislative Dinner on February 9, 2016 as the Reception sponsor. The guest speaker for this event was Charlie Cook, who gave a fantastic talk about the current political landscape and how it has changed so much over the …

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Data Center World Invitation

Lifeline Data Centers is proud to announce that we will be attending Data Center World this year. The event is held in Las Vegas from March 14 to March 18 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, and we’d love to invite our clients, friends, and readers to join us. Cocktail Hour & Exhibition Hall We …

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Lifeline Data Centers to open state-of-the-art facility in Fort Wayne, Ind.

With its upcoming opening of a new state-of-the-art facility in Fort Wayne, Lifeline Data Centers is fulfilling a void in Indiana’s second largest city, said the company’s co-owner, Alex Carroll. Lifeline Data Centers, a Rated-4 data center headquartered in Indianapolis, had initially announced its intention to expand last year. When construction is complete, the Fort …

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When pursuing the best uptime, every second counts

When assessing acceptable rates of uptime, it’s important to remember that every second counts. Literally. Even a fraction of a single second counts. If you’re pursuing an increase in your uptime over previous years or periods, the goal is to go after the ideal 99.995 percent or higher uptime rate – even if, in doing …

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Is it Time? 3 Sure Signs That You May Need a Data Center Upgrade

At times, the signs are obvious that you need to address the challenges facing your company’s data center. Aging equipment, excessive downtime and business expansion typically point to an immediate need to analyze alternative solutions. However, with data center downtime averaging about $8,000 a minute in costs, it makes sense to plan ahead … before …

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How to Choose the Right Place for Your Data

For IT leadership, choosing a colocation data center may create anxiety similar to what parents feel when deciding where their children will go to school. In either situation, you’re entrusting a third party with a big responsibility. And even though an organization may present itself well online or in brochures, you need to do some …

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Layered Security Features Offer Best Defense

In 1996, Tom Cruise’s character in “Mission: Impossible” pulled off a vault heist, bypassing complex security features, including a retinal scan, a voice-recognition safeguard and a motion sensor. That fictional scene illustrates how a group of clever, motivated people can crack top-notch defenses. But in real life, a stunt like that would be … well, …

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Dual-Fiber Connectivity: Laying the Groundwork for Business Growth

Indiana is a state known for basketball, motorsports and vast expanses of farmland. But increasingly, it’s becoming a hot spot for tech startups. According to Forbes magazine, between 2001 and 2013, the Indianapolis-Carmel area ranked ninth of all cities in the United States for tech sector growth, with a 50.4 percent increase in overall tech …

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Indianapolis IT Expert Says NYSE Computer Outage Time Could Have Been Reduced and Might Have Been Hacked

The NYSE, along with United and WSJ.com, outages were cause for concern last week, raising a variety of questions in the midst of reports of “technical issues”. The official statement reads as follows: “It was determined that the NYSE and NYSE MKT customer gateways were not loaded with the proper configuration compatible with the new …

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Many ‘Things’ May Compromise Data Security

The “Internet of Things” or “IoT” … what is it, and what does it mean to your company? Simply put, the IoT describes what happens when you set off an alarm leaving a store, because a cashier forgot to deactivate the security tag on your item. The tag sends a signal to a receiver, which …

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