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Cube Drone: What To Do With an Empty Server Room

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Cube Drone: What To Do With an Empty Server Room

See how the Cube Drone comic thinks you should make use of an empty server room.

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This issue of the Cube Drone comic has a pretty good idea about what you should do with the ubiquitous office server room once you're done migrating everything to cloud services—and there's definitely plenty of you with empty(ing) server rooms right now.

Cube Drone walks by a server room that's whirring and gurgling. |Cube Drone: Hey, Walt, I didn't know we had a server room. Aren't we entirely on cloud services?Walt: Yeah, but Milo says there's still equipment we need in there. |Milo is operating a moonshine still out of the server room.

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