- More than 70 global companies, representing a wide range of industries, operate data centers in Oklahoma to service their IT storage needs.
- Oklahoma’s network of Career Technology Centers offers credential programs in Cyber and Information Security and 10 Oklahoma institutions offer Information Security degrees.
- Oklahoma’s incentives for Cybersecurity personnel are another tool that help companies in Oklahoma attract the best talent in the country.
- Oklahoma’s industrial electricity rates are 20-30% lower than the national average retail price of electricity.
Major Companies + Industry Resources
Google’s investment in Oklahoma surpassed $3 billion in 2019. The company’s second-largest data center in the world is located in Pryor, Okla.
Not only is Oklahoma 3rd in the U.S. when it comes to wind energy production and 6th in solar potential, but more than 30% of our state’s energy comes from renewable resources. Companies like Kimberly-Clark and Google are utilizing our energy versatility.
Oklahoma City-based Paycom Software was named the 6th fastest-growing company on Fortune magazine’s 2019 100 Fastest-Growing Companies list. The company is a leading provider of comprehensive, cloud-based human capital management software.
Rose State College recently joined forces with CareerTech institutions, along with Oklahoma colleges such as OU, OSU, Tulsa and others, to produce a path for those pursuing career paths in cybersecurity.
Information and Financial Services Companies Are Plugged into Oklahoma
- Cox Communications
- Electronic Data Systems Corp
- Level 3 Communications
- Seagate US
- Paetec Communications
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