Despite financial uncertainties in the future level of federal support for broadband services in rural America, small telecommunications companies serving South Dakota and neighboring states continue to improve their networks for customers.
YouTube was among the websites initially blocked when the Sioux Falls School District launched its Student Technology Initiative in 2013. The site was opened to students after teachers pointed out the educational value of some of the videos available on YouTube.
When physicians in Sioux Falls and other communities in Avera Health’s five-state region need to consult in real time to care for patients, a highly reliable level of connectivity is a must.
Businesses ready to begin or increase their use of computer systems for group communications might want to start by reviewing conferencing terminology.
Small and midsize businesses face unique challenges in communicating with customers, employees and partners.
Wireless phone calls aren’t really 100 percent wireless.
Business computer networks typically start small and grow. And then they grow some more.
Most business clients probably won’t notice the work taking place, but SDN Communications will improve network connectivity in 23 communities across South Dakota and parts of Minnesota and Nebraska throughout 2014.
Small and midsize businesses have become the primary target of cyber criminals and their increasingly sophisticated arsenal of weapons.
Without the help the family received from Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sioux Falls, Kari Ranschau figures that she and her two sons still would be living in a small apartment in Canton.
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