State and local officials are providing fertile ground for start-up companies in Georgia Cyber Center’s ‘Cyber Valley.’
Sam Anderson’s office in the Georgia Cyber Center doesn’t have vast rows of employee workstations, a kitchenette or even a conference room.
He doesn’t need those things – at least not yet.
Like many small cybersecurity tenants, Anderson’s employer, SOFtact Solutions LLC, requires only broadband and a few places for its employees to sit. Nearly everything else a fledgling company might need can be found in a section of the downtown Augusta complex known as “Cyber Valley.”
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