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Compudyne Acquires Data Network Group (DNG)

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Compudyne has acquired Data Network Group (DNG), a managed IT services provider (MSP) in Boulder, Colorado. Financial terms were not disclosed.

CompuDyne’s John Marinac
Compudyne President John Marinac

DNG, founded in 1997, offers IT help desk, cloud services, IT security, VoIP, consulting and related services.

Compudyne, founded 30 years ago, focuses on such vertical markets as financial services, legal services, engineering and architecture. Post-deal, the combined company has more than 100 employees across six offices, serving small, midsize and enterprise companies.

Compudyne strategic partners include Cisco Systems, Microsoft, HP Inc., HP Enterprise and VMware.

Compudyne Acquires DNG: Executive Perspectives

In a prepared statement, Compudyne President and CTO John Marinac said:

“DNG and Compudyne share many important values and have a similar business approach. This purchase not only expands Compudyne geographically, but also allows us to provide the best service possible to our customer base.”

Added Mike Perkins, president and founder of DNG:

“We are excited to become part of Compudyne. We will be able to leverage Compudyne’s extensive resources to continue providing our clients world-class service to further propel them forward in the fast-changing world of technology, while advancing our teams development of value-added expertise.”

Joe Panettieri

Joe Panettieri is co-founder & editorial director of MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E, the two leading news & analysis sites for managed service providers in the cybersecurity market.