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The Iowa Telecommunications and Technology Commission (ITTC) announces the appointment of Philip Groner to serve as Executive Director of the Iowa Communications Network.      

Post Date:
09/20/2018

A disaster, large or small, can happen unexpectedly at any time. Some of our authorized users have first-hand experience with natural disasters like flooding and tornados. We also acknowledge that a digital disaster can happen too, such as ransomware, phishing email attacks, etc.

Post Date:
09/19/2018

Twelve Iowa high school students have been selected to serve on the Statewide Youth Broadband Advisory Council (SYBAC). The council is established by the ICN to engage students on a variety of broadband related topics.

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09/11/2018

ICN’s Managed Firewall partner LightEdge, recently provided best practices that any organization should follow to ensure everyone’s data stays secure.

Post Date:
09/06/2018

Notice for Reservationless-Plus Conference Customers: TCC Online will be updated to bring a more efficient way to manage conference calls and account online. To ease the transition, customers may begin using the new site today!

 

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Post Date:
09/05/2018

Internet articles about education, public safety, healthcare and government in relation to the broadband industry.

Post Date:
08/31/2018

A major infrastructure project consisting of relocating a Point-of-Presence within ICN’s fiber optic Network was successfully completed on Sunday, August 26.

Post Date:
08/30/2018

The Iowa Communications Network’s (ICN) Cybersecurity Team will be traveling to five locations across Iowa to facilitate security discussions with regional healthcare IT professionals and management.

Post Date:
08/29/2018

As districts welcome students and teachers back to school, here are a few tech articles that may help ease the beginning of the school year.

How K–12 School Districts Can Best Prepare for Ransomware Recovery

Post Date:
08/24/2018

As summer construction activity continues across the State, the ICN reminds all Iowans and contractors to be safe and always call 811 before any construction or digging project. The call is free and Iowa law requires everyone to locate underground utilities before digging.

Post Date:
08/17/2018

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