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When bank’s router crashed, customer service team stepped up

Here’s a bad day: You’re running a bank and your router goes down. What happened next is an impressive display of customer service.

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4 things businesses should know about Jackley’s data breach reporting bill

South Dakota remains the last state in the nation without data breach reporting protection for citizens, but Attorney General Marty Jackley intends to change that with the help of lawmakers this session.

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Sales executive brings fresh perspective, energy to job

Meet Jon Clayborne, a Sioux Falls native, USD grad and new addition to the SDN team.

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Are small cells the next economic driver?

Without a solid Internet connection — including in areas with a lot of people — communities might struggle to attract business and visitors. Here’s what a difference small cells can make.

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Application system administrator

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From Chicago to Sioux Falls, opportunity lures college grad back

Jon Scarbrough was working in Chicago and could have gone to California, but instead returned to Sioux Falls where he went to college. Here’s what’s keeping him here.

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Scammers love email. Here’s how to beat them.

Nine in 10 cyberattacks start with an email. Here’s how to see through the deception.

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Senior software engineer

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Update your computers — because here’s who’s trying to hack them

SDN’s managed firewall service stopped more than 147,000 viruses in the most recent quarter — and that’s just the start of the threats the company tracked.

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Free, timely update for businesses on cyberthreat landscape

About 278,000 South Dakotans were affected by the Equifax hack, and that’s far from the only threat. Learn more about the cyber landscape at this free event.

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