Eric Parker doesn’t sit much these days.

But today, he’s relaxing in one of’s expansive glass-walled rooms on the third floor of the Georgia Cyber Center, overlooking the Savannah River on one side and downtown Augusta on the other. If you’d asked founder 10 years ago where he would be today, it likely wouldn’t be here.

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