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Student connectivity; E-Rate Funding

The growing importance of the Internet to education steadily has increased the need for bandwidth at schools and libraries. Making sure that students can tap into the bandwidth is a more recent challenge. Read More»

Infographic of the month: Women In Technology

Infographic of the month

The need for women to enter the technology and telecom fields in the near future is crucial. Take a look at the current state of the industry as it relates to women choosing the fields. Read More»

Mobile Devices

You know the feeling. You’re at a crowded venue trying to text a friend, send a photo or simply pull up a web page. All you get is the eternal spinning wheel. Nothing goes through. Even with an unlimited data package, if the data network is maxed out by users, no one connects. Read More»

Protecting Patient Information

It’s not surprising that hackers and data thieves are attracted to large, successful health-care systems. Hospitals and other health-care facilities are entrusted with enormous amounts of personal information about patients. Read More»

Keeping up with technology is especially important for SDN Communications. After all, it is a technology company. With SDN being the premier regional provider of broadband connectivity and other telecommunication services, their customer's have their expectations and standards high. SDN has to not only keep up with technology but to project the future needs of its customers. Read More»

Email and the Internet are the most important communications and informational tools used by people who work online. The steadily increasing use of digital technology underscores the importance of keeping Internet systems up and running, which is a specialty of SDN Communications. Read More»

Netflix - Over-The-Top video

Revolution is too strong a description, but providers’ content-delivery methods and consumers’ video-viewing habits certainly are changing. Increasingly, viewers have the flexibility to watch what they want, when they want and how they want. Read More»

The Sioux Falls School District will begin the third year of its Student Technology Initiative in September with more broadband power than ever. Education officials determined last school year that middle schools, in particular, needed more Internet connection speed, and they will get it. Read More»

GenCyber

Interest is running high in a cybersecurity camp designed for girls that will be held at Dakota State University. Read More»

Bryan Roth, TrioTel Communications

Although TrioTel Communications Inc. serves a relatively small market in South Dakota farm country, its customers enjoy a level of connectivity that companies serving some of the largest cities in the United States cannot beat. Read More»

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