Aggies trying to get on the Data Center train

At least they’re staying in Bryan, but I’m not sure how this will benefit the state in the long run.

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The Bryan center, developed by a private partner, would host applications and network operations for business customers on-site, he said. Texas A&M has initially allocated 30 acres for the center, though the space could increase. He said he expects some proposals to include anchor tenants in business or research.

Aggys and IT? What could possibly go wrong?

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That is a fantastic article. Went through the same deal with Air Force Recruiting and finally convinced them to move to the cloud as in house expenses were just too much. Painful process, but in the end, it made too much sense.