SDN Blog

A-OX Explosion

Businesses and other organizations have had to step up their defenses, including planning, to reduce the risks of being victimized. Read More»

Boy Scouts of America

The Sioux Council of the Boy Scouts of America plans to raise nearly $1.6 million to improve scouting facilities at its regional center in Sioux Falls and SDN will play a role in making it happen. Read More»

Hackers using Multi-vector DDoS attacks

Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks have become more sophisticated, which is forcing businesses in the region to deploy more advanced defensive strategies. Read More»

Mark Shlanta - 1998 - SDN Communications

Twenty years atop any organization might age a lesser CEO. Not Mark Shlanta. His hair might be grayer, and he shaved off the mustache, but his steady hand and outlook has changed little in two decades. Read More»

SDN Data Center

Data centers are among the key industries in the Sioux Falls area with growth potential. And there are many advantages of doing business in the community. Read More»

Pipestone High School Internet Connectivity

SDN Communications' crews are digging away, steadily expanding and improving the company’s regional, fiber optic footprint. Read More»

Lenee McQueen, Mary Pfaff, Major Accounts Service Coordinators

SDN now has two staffers readily available to assist clients with large and often complex businesses or institutional networks: Lenee McQueen and Mary Pfaff Read More»

Open Source Code Cybersecurity

Jon Scarbrough stresses the need for businesses to closely screen their software providers and monitor software coding on an ongoing basis to become quickly aware of newly reported vulnerabilities so that needed updates can be applied. Read More»

Managed Services Tech

Keeping up with cybersecurity changes is easier for companies with ongoing access to experts and good, well-maintained equipment. SDN's managed services offer that high level of protection to companies that might lack IT staff time or expertise. Read More»

Girls in Tech

Nationally, only about 11 percent of the people working in cybersecurity are women. Dr. Ashley Podhradsky, a faculty member at Dakota State University, doesn’t like to talk about the gender imbalance, however. Read More»