SDN Blog

SDN Projects for 2016

The invention of the telephone dates back to the 1870s. Early development of computer networks and the Internet can be traced back to the 1940s. Today, the constantly evolving telecommunications industry is more vibrant than ever. Read More»

SDN Communications Extends into Southern Minnesota

Within a few months, direct access to SDN Communications’ fiber optic network and services will reach more deeply beyond South Dakota’s eastern border and loop around the entire southern third of Minnesota. 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»

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»

BBB Cybersecurity event

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

The Better Business Bureau Inc. is hosting its third annual Cyber Security Program to help raise awareness to combat cybersecurity problems in the Sioux Falls area. Read More»

Network Certified MEF 2.0

SDN Communications has achieved a level of networking certification that will help its business clients pursue local, regional and global opportunities. Read More»

DDoS Attacks

A month’s worth of persistent and potentially more crippling attacks on a network could cost $900 or more. And the identity of the party responsible for the attack will be protected in anonymity. Read More»

SD Atty. General Marty Jackley with Frank Abagnale, Courtesy AARP SD

His youthful exploits as a con man and check forger made Frank W. Abagnale, Jr. famous. His life was dramatized in the 2002 hit movie “Catch Me If You Can,” which was inspired by a popular book he co-authored. Abagnale is now working with AARP and recently offered advice during a presentation in Sioux Falls. Read More»

Mark Benton, Midstate Communications

Community service is encouraged by example rather than by mandate at Midstate Communications in Kimball, S.D. Read More»