Dellicker Strategies has been helping schools, hospitals, municipalities and businesses improve their access to technology since 2005.
Dellicker Strategies helps organizations use technology to improve performance. The company delivers proven solutions to common problems and custom responses to complex challenges. We've been in business more than 16 years, providing creative and effective solutions in the fields of cybersecurity, broadband infrastructure and information technology project management.
Dellicker Strategies has been helping clients use technology to improve performance since 2005. Our company has overseen groundbreaking work in cybersecurity, launched infrastructure upgrades worth $275 million and managed 80 enterprise projects. Meanwhile, our solutions and services have saved our clients $300 million and counting. How can we serve you?
Dellicker is pre-approved to deliver technology solutions and services through the NJ State Approved Co-op #65MCESCCPS. Schools and municipalities can have peace-of-mind knowing that Dellicker was selected through a rigorous competitive procurement conducted by ESCNJ, the region's most trusted authority in cooperative purchasing. Co-op members receive discounts of 10 percent on Dellicker’s most popular services.
Dellicker Strategies is owned and operated by Kevin Dellicker, a military veteran with 26 years of service. He has deployed four times to fight America's wars as a part time National Guardsman. To learn more about what it's like to raise a family, grow a business and serve in the military all at the same time, read Kevin's new book, co-authored with his wife Susan. It's Twenty Percent Soldiers, available on Amazon and booksellers everywhere.
For years, schools and municipalities have been portrayed as helpless victims of sophisticated cyber criminals. No more. The frequency and magnitude of attacks has reached epidemic proportions, and public entities have more tools than ever to combat cyber crime. It's time to take action and defend your networks. Our students and citizens deserve better.
5G promises faster speeds and better access for millions of Americans. Upgrades are underway in select cities across the U.S. and will arrive in parts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey later this year. But what about those communities not on the schedule? And if we can’t protect our networks now, how will we protect them when 5G makes them even more vulnerable?