In a couple of years, as restrictions on U.S. airspace are reduced, don’t be surprised to see small, unmanned aircraft flying over farm fields to check crops.
When the Sioux Falls branch of Colorado Technical University decided several years ago to expand its wireless access system, school officials called SDN Communications for help.
The introduction of touch-tone telephones in the 1960s was a big deal. Compared to the rotary-dial phones that had been the state of the art for decades, touch-tone phones were pretty cool.
Maintaining maximum network uptime is an absolute necessity for success at most businesses and organizations.
The new realities of doing business put immense value on versatile communications.
Carl Rapp knows a lot about data centers, and he's sold on Sioux Falls, S.D., as a good place for them.
SDN Communications is enhancing its relationship with Cisco Systems, a global leader in designing, making, and marketing networking equipment.
As the director of human resources for a growing company, Amy Preator is now dealing with staffing issues at a higher level of business.
Now 24-years-old, SDN Communications is relatively young, but the company has benefitted from some veteran leaders. Two team members with vast and varied business and professional experience recently celebrated a significant milestone.
Many fourth grade teachers across the state are preparing to teach their students about South Dakota History this spring and SDN Communications has a resource to help.
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