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Our skilled engineers bring over 50 years of experience to customize each of our customers’ IT solutions, to fit their specific needs.  Datalink Networks provides IT solutions in five key technology areas: collaboration, cloud technology, infrastructure, cybersecurity and datacenter.  We partner with over 30 world-class software and hardware vendors including Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Datto, and Avaya. 

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Technology moves at the speed of light. Datalink Networks offers a wide range of consulting and services to assist you in improving the quality, productivity, and reliability of your technology investment. 

Our engineering and design team will deliver best of breed technology plans tailored to your needs from consulting and planning to IT maintenance, managed services and everything in between.

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Support
Managed IT Services

Managed IT services free up your resources, allowing you to focus entirely on your core business activities, while we take care of the rest. 

Datalink Networks specializes in remote monitoring and alerting, help desk services, hardware and software maintenance, and asset management. Assessments and detailed reports keep you on top of all your network systems.

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How to Properly Secure a Multi-Vendor Cloud Environment at School

With the advent of 1:1 teaching and digital curriculum, the K-12 school has extended the learning environment from the physical campus to anywhere in the world. This presents unique security challenges to any K-12 security administrator. A campus or district Network Access Control system can play a major role in protecting the IT environment. A NAC system, as it is commonly called, serves four primary functions...

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How to Secure a Multi-Vendor Cloud Environment
Security Threat Infographic

The Value of Knowing Your Security Weaknesses

K-12 schools are particularly vulnerable cyber-threat targets because they have transient and often novice populations. Security of local infrastructure is not a concern for most students, and K-12 environments have earned a reputation as "soft targets., with ransomware criminals taking advantage of simple weaknesses in policies, software, or network architecture.

Here are the four areas that represent the most common fields of attack by cyber-criminals - and how to stop them.

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Leadership Team

Don Wisdom

President

Christina Morris

Vice President

Brian Hatchell

Chief Engineer

Dave Carroll

Sr. Technology Consultant

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