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3.8.2013 “Up close: Jeff Melcher, CEO of NetStandard Inc. and Kansas state senator,” An interview with CEO Jeff Melcher
3.8.2013 “NetStandard joins Yahoo-inspired work-from-home debate,” President Walt Lane discusses the virtual workforce in Kansas City and beyond.
2.14.2013 MSPmentor, NetStandard lands on MSPmentor’s international list of managed service providers for a second year in a row
2.1.2013 KC Business Rising Stars, Michael Dunsdon named to Class of 2013 Rising Stars of Kansas City
1.11.2013 “Top Area Information Systems Outsourcing Firms,” Kansas City Business Journal
12.1.2012 “Bolstering Business: A Few Down-to-Earth Reasons to Use the Cloud,” Business Solutions Consultant Carl Hentsch examines the benefits of business in the cloud as well as the confusion surrounding it in the winter issue of Dynamics University magazine
11.1.2012 “Rooted in the Clouds,” CEO Jeff Melcher covers the benefits of moving expensive, outdated in-house IT solutions to the cloud, November issue of KC Business magazine
10.16.2012 “The Cloud Connection,” CTO John Leek, Thinking Bigger Business Entrepreneur Edition
10.3.2012 “If and When: Planning for the Next Pandemic,” CISA Terri Rogers, Community Bankers Association’s In Touch October issue
9.7.2012 “Top Area Networking Companies” Kansas City Business Journal
7.9.2012 KC Business Top Companies 2012, NetStandard Named Community Stewardship Winner for Top Companies 2012, KC Business magazine
5.29.2012 Talkin’ Cloud 100 International Cloud Service Provider List
4.6.2012 MSPmentor, NetStandard Ranks 43rd on Top Managed Service Provider List
3.2.2012 “NetStandard Escalates Growth as It Prepares to Go Nationwide,” Kansas City Business Journal
9.23.2011 “NetStandard Gains Recognition for Growth,” Kansas City Business Journal
4.1.2011 “New Lift for Kansas Town,” Wall Street Journal
3.11.2011 “Cutting Edge to Commonplace,” Kansas City Business Journal