New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Monday officially threw the switches on the first of two next-generation data centers designed to offer streamlined services to more than 40 city agencies and their clients.

The 18,000 square foot data center will initially centralize the technology infrastructure for 19 agencies, but over the next five years the number of agencies served will grow to more than 40. The new facility is part of a city-wide data center consolidation effort, known as the Citywide IT Infrastructure Services (CITIServ) Program.

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