The COVID-19 pandemic brought into sharp focus the digital divide in Georgia between those who have good internet access and the more than 500,000 homes and businesses that do not, leaders and advocates said.

But getting that service to sparsely populated and rural areas is still a problem and one the Georgia Cyber Center in Augusta is eager to dive into.

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