At a time when neighbouring states are raising taxes on technology companies, Wyoming and Green House Data are causing more businesses to look across the border. New Wyoming tax incentives make Green House Data’s outsourced data centre services to more attractive to technology companies in neighbouring states. A measure exempting data centre operators from sales tax on the purchase of technology equipment was signed into law in March.
“We are very pleased to be able to pass along these tax and other incentives to our colocation and managed hosting customers,” said Shawn Mills, president at Green House Data. “Our data centre is focused on improving our customers’ ROI. At a time when the economy is putting pressure on all businesses, these incentivesabsolutely lower costs for our clients.”
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