Google’s first data center was in Larry Page’s Stanford dorm room, while Michael Dell got his start selling PCs from his room at the University of Texas. Shawn Fanning created Napster so he could share music with fellow Northeastern University students. And Apple Computer co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak got their start selling UC Berkeley students a gizmo that let them make free phone calls. College campuses have always been hotbeds of technological innovation and experimentation. But today, as a generation of students raised on the Internet take over the classrooms, technology is more important than ever. In order to be competitive and attract the best students, a school needs to offer the best infrastructure possible.
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