SDN Blog

SDN's Network Surveillance Center

SDN customer service representatives are available around the clock to contact clients if trouble is evident and to answer calls from customers who have questions or concerns. Read More»

One major American business after another seems to be alerting its customers that cyber hackers have gained unauthorized access to private information. Read More»

Sioux Falls-based SDN Communications is pleased to have an important role in updating the 911 emergency communications network in South Dakota. Read More»

FCC Net Neutrality Vote

A much-anticipated vote over proposed Internet regulation came and went recently, but there is no resolution in sight to the high-tech controversy. Read More»

Highly charged debate at the federal level over proposed regulation of the Internet has reached a significant junction, but nothing is likely to be resolved soon. Read More»

SDN Ethernet

Ethernet technology has grown through the years to become a highly popular, industry standard in electronic communications. Read More»

Cybersecurity, It's what we do

Heartbleed and Shellshock were serious cyberthreats to private information in hundreds of thousands of servers and online accounts. Anyone who uses the Internet could have exposed passwords and other private information to cyberthieves controlling the bugs. Read More»

We’d like to see the President make a stronger commitment to maintaining and strengthening existing federal programs that have a proven history of bringing high quality and affordable services to small towns and rural areas. Read More»

Net Neutrality

The idea that Internet service providers should treat data transmissions equally, a concept known as net neutrality, sounds good on the surface. Defining how net neutrality should work is getting complicated, though, because the concept means different things to people. Read More»

Know your wireless signals

Infographic of the Month

Wireless communication is the transfer of information between two or more points that are not connected by an electrical conductor. Get to know your wireless signals through our infographic. Read More»