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What to gift a retiring writer? A few words of appreciation for Rob Swenson

As this writer retires, his encyclopedia of SDN blogs will live on in SDN Communications’ digital archives and act as a draft of SDN’s history.

9 hours ago

Here’s one political issue everyone agrees on and it’s benefiting South Dakota

In a country seemingly divided on everything, even face coverings during COVID-19, there is one unifying issue no matter which U.S. presidential candidate wins in November: broadband expansion.

3 weeks ago

SDN tackles state’s toughest fiber build in historic Black Hills $12.4 million public-private partnership

People go to the Black Hills to get a little off the grid, but when they need to get on the grid that hasn’t always been possible. Until now.

1 month ago

Why social media is probably riskier than most businesses realize

Excessive participation in social media can haunt people and their businesses more than they might realize, says an expert coming to this cybersecurity conference.

2 months ago

Cross-border business coach: In recruitment rivalry with Minnesota, S.D. gaining ‘traction’

An entrepreneurial coach doing business in the Twin Cities and Sioux Falls believes South Dakota has the advantage. And she’s helping these businesses leverage it even more.

3 months ago

People You Should Know

Here’s a look at this week’s People You Should Know.

3 months ago

Who are your business’ pandemic heroes? At SDN, they’re the techs keeping your networks running smoothly

The pandemic has produced lots of heroes – including some unsung ones who are keeping companies connected and allowing employees to work remotely.

4 months ago

Coping with pandemic change? Reread ‘Green Eggs and Ham’

“Sometimes, change is exactly what we need. We need someone to push us.” This company is using a corporate chaplain to help employees cope with change, and he shared some simple wisdom worth passing along.

4 months ago

SDN joins effort to spur more housing development in region 

Businesses in communities without decent housing options face especially difficult challenges in recruiting and retaining workers. This effort aims to address the shortage.

4 months ago

Race to connect businesses is only one project for busy drilling contractor

When the reporter called to interview him, he took the call from the bottom of a 20-foot hole at a construction site. And that’s just the start of how this contractor does what it takes to get the job done.

5 months ago

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