Chris Binnie

Chris Binnie has been online for almost two decades. With a firm grounding in Linux, and a love for writing, he is the first to say that he finds both the technical and the business aspects of the Internet fascinating. 

Binnie is an accomplished technology business writer, and is a gun for hire should you need one. 

Articles by Chris Binnie



Unsolicited emails account for as much as 95 percent of all email. Fortunately, the technology industry is coming to the rescue. Find out...

Too Much Spam? 5 Technologies Designed to Block It


DNS must run smoothly so that the Internet may continue to function correctly. Learn more about how it works - and when it doesn't - here.

Can DNS Be Considered Secure?


DNS can be a little daunting. We'll show you how it works by dissecting the most common DNS records.

12 DNS Records Explained


What's a second or two between friends? When it comes to systems and networks it can mean the difference between success and failure.

How Network Time Protocol Keeps the Internet Ticking


With a staggering 65,535 TCP ports being made available on a single IP address it's easy to see why there are so many security exploits on...

SYN Flood Attacks: Simple Yet Significantly Destructive


Did you know that the successful operation of the internet hinges on DNS and a few other protocols? Find out why this one protocol holds...

DNS: One Internet Protocol to Rule Them All


Despite its small number of commands, SNMP is a powerful - and useful - protocol.

SNMP: The Little Protocol That Could


Reducing downtime through meticulous advance planning might mean the difference between business growth and decline. That's where mean time...

5 Warning Signs of a Critical Equipment Failure


High specification buildings called data centers house most of today's business-critical Internet. And the technology is like something out...

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