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Never compromise when it comes to the safety and security of your family and business. We offer customized security systems that deliver consistent quality performance even in the harshest environments.

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As a technology solutions provider our goal is to provide our clients with a secure and operational network in order to run their business proficiently by providing high quality technical service with our certified IT staff.

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Our Weekly Blog

Cyber Security: What is it and how can I protect myself

Hello, My name is David Malsam and I am the Senior Sales Account Executive/IT Analyst for our Aberdeen location. Cyber Security is defined as techniques, processes, and practices designed to protect networks, computers, programs and data from attack, damage, or unauthorized access. We have heard of data breaches from companies like Target, Equifax and Ebay. The thing to remember is that the bad guys don’t just target the big companies, smaller companies and many homes are just as susceptible to this threat. I have had the Cyber Security conversation with many people over the years, and whenever the topic comes up I can see dollar signs in the customer’s eyes. People are relieved to find out that they can protect themselves from the bulk of these attacks without it costing a penny, we just need to use a few simple techniques. Social Engineering is the most common type of Cyber Security attack, and it is also the easiest to prevent. Social Engineering is the act of trying to deceive or manipulate an individual into divulging information for fraudulent purposes. This attack can take many shapes. It can appear to be an email from FedEx with tracking information for a package that you didn’t order, or it can be an email with from a travel agency with an itinerary for an extravagant trip that you didn’t plan. Recently I have heard of many people getting a call from an agent that claims to be from Microsoft and they tell the user that their computer is infected and if the user would share their credit card number the agent will help... read more


Good morning from a frigid North Dakota.  Hoping you all had a very wonderful and safe Christmas and New Year’s.  Today I’m going to talk about procrastination and how it’s not always a very good decision. I’ve been selling Security, Surveillance, and Home Automation systems for almost 8 years now.  I’ve seen all the positive results that come from letting technology help us in our everyday lives.  Anywhere from helping the rancher avoid losing new born calves to keeping potential burglars from breaking into some of our finest eating and drinking establishments. I have installed cameras in my barn and around my yard and many times have reaped the benefits from having an extra set of eyes when I couldn’t be around.  I’ve used them during lambing, calving, and for seeing what exactly happened to the package that FedEx said they delivered to my house. Here’s where the problem comes in.  For years now I’ve pushed off installing the home security system in my house.  I’ve been as far as having the order in the system and ready to go, just to decide that I really didn’t need it quite yet.  After all, for years we didn’t even know where our house keys were lol.  Well, it finally caught up to me last week.  I came home from work and could swear that I heard water dripping from somewhere.  After opening the door to our basement, I found where the “dripping” sound was coming from.  Much to my dismay I was staring at 10” of water in my basement.  I’m sure you can all imagine how much fun it... read more

DRN University

Have you ever wondered how DRN employees gain the knowledge necessary to perform the work they do each day to better serve you, our valuable customers?  At DRN, we are proud to promote a learning environment.  Our Board of Directors understands the importance of training and invests in the education of DRN’s workforce. In cooperation with the Board, DRN’s Leadership Team is committed to employee development.  Various training opportunities and avenues are available.  Just as important, is commitment from employees to embrace the learning environment, take initiative, and transfer knowledge gained to their work.  Currently at DRN, six employees are enrolled in accredited colleges and/or universities working toward advanced degrees.  In the past month alone, several employees have obtained certifications specific to their roles including a Telecom Sales Certification, Microsoft Certification, Microsoft MCSA Server Certification, and a Certified Associate in Project Management Certification.  Close to 40% of DRN’s workforce holds certifications specific to their roles with others studying to pass exams in the short term.  Still, others attend workshops and conferences to stay up to date with the latest trends in technology and the industry. Internally, in addition to regular safety training, we offer training on our specific products and services utilizing vendors, consultants, or DRN subject matter experts.  Our Multi-Media Specialist, Pamela Henningsen, uses technology to conduct training for employees at headquarters and remote offices through online training sessions and tutorials saving travel time and increasing productivity. You might say we have our own DRN University.  The commitment from DRN’s Board, leadership team and employees to invest in training to better serve you is something we take seriously.... read more

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