By Jill Bunting
June 4, 2012

To keep up with rising data storage demands, tech companies accustomed to thinking about their resources in terabytes are now racing to build data centers by the hundred-thousand square feet. As these companies start owning assets, they face new challenges and opportunities inherent in operating in local communities. Tech companies can learn a lot from their brick-and-mortar peers about the benefits of being good neighbors.

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