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Sun Shines Bright on Kentucky's IT

State Initiatives Are Likely Benchmarks for Others

By John Makulowich
Senior Writer

Quietly and consistently, Kentucky is forging ahead with IT initiatives that are more than likely to show up in other states in a few years.

Witness its rank as the second-largest Microsoft Exchange network in the world with 40,000 users. That base includes the entire public school system as well as 13,000 users in state government.


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