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SDN's Info graphic of the month

Take a look into some of the attacks SDN has fended off for our Managed DDoS Protection customers. Read More»

SDN Communications Wholesale Network

Leading businesses in Sioux Falls and across South Dakota generally are familiar with SDN Communications. The Sioux Falls-based company, along with its affiliates and partners, provides reliable broadband connectivity and telecommunications services to businesses, organizations and government, especially to clients with multiple locations in the city, state or region. Read More»

Ryan Punt, SDN's vice president of sales

Ryan Punt, a 16-year veteran of the telecommunications industry, has been promoted to vice president of sales at SDN Communications in Sioux Falls. Read More»

Tools for building in small towns

One of the newest employees hired by Kennebec Telephone Co. Inc. has to drive 40 miles to work, one way, because he couldn’t find a closer home for his family. Kennebec and neighboring communities in central South Dakota don’t have much open housing to offer new residents. Read More»

Mona Thompson / CRST Telephone Authority

Leaders of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Telephone Authority take pride in their business being the first tribally owned telecommunications company in the United States. Read More»

For most businesses, losing sensitive data to a hacker can have far more serious consequences than losing information in a fire or flood. If electronic information is backed up, as it ought to be, data lost in a natural disaster can be replicated. However, if information is lost or stolen, there is no telling when or how long it could be misused. Read More»

Sound tech finds outlet at SDN for his love of electronics

Chris Aeilts

As a student, Chris Aeilts wanted to be a traveling sound technician for a big-time rock ‘n’ roll band. Playing in a band during grade school and high school helped him develop a keen interest in electronics and sound technology. Read More»

Cybersecurity Assessment

Big-name victims get most of the headlines, but small and midsized businesses constantly fight cyber threats, too. The number of documented data breaches in the United States hit a record high of 783 in 2014, according to a report by the Identity Theft Resource Center. That’s more than two a day. Read More»

BBB Cybersecurity event

Weeks or months can pass before people find out that their personal information has been hijacked by data thieves. Read More»

Ryan Thompson, Santel Communications

It’s not unusual for Tony Kinneberg and his student crew to hear from TV viewers in other states or even other countries when they’re broadcasting a Parkston High School sporting event. Remote viewers are especially likely to tap into an online service to view local cable coverage when the school district’s TV channel is carrying a significant basketball game, says Kinneberg, who is the school technology coordinator and a teacher at Parkston. Read More»

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