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Category: Network Management & Maintenance

What is Wardriving?

May 8th, 2018 by
  What is wardriving? Wardriving is a technique by hackers and security experts to conduct large-scale surveillance of networks by simply driving by their signals and recording the information. It is also a game played among many of them to see who can collect the most network-data. It starts with downloading an app such as G-MoN or Wigle. Once the app is installed and an account is setup, the individual only needs to drive around and it will automatically capture the information being broadcasted by wireless devices. These devices can be wireless access points, wireless printers, Bluetooth devices, and home automation systems.   Why ...
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Network Security Solutions – Are Your Documents Secure?

January 31st, 2018 by
January 29th, 2018 Network Security Solution Why Choose Sophos? Sophos makes enterprise-grade security that is feasible for small and mid-sized companies. It provides sophisticated protection with simple management that our competitors are unable to match. Created by SophosLabs and DARPA, Sophos has a unique edge in the field of security using theory, synchronized protection, and heuristic learning algorithms to prevent attacks before they happen. This is unlike our competitors who react to attacks rather than prevent them. Endpoint Protection for Businesses Cape Fear Networks is proud to announce our partnership with Sophos, an international network security solutions provider. This is a next-generation level of protection ...
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Cape Fear Networks Incorporates Amazon Cloud Services

January 17th, 2017 by
-Wilmington, NC- At Cape Fear Networks, we have been in business for 26 years now and have done-so by continually staying ahead of the technological curve. We provide our customers with the most reliable, advanced & cost-effective technology solutions the market has to offer and as 2016 approaches we have our sights on integrating Amazon's Cloud (AWS) into our services. We provide clients with a Custom Network Management service, which enables businesses in a diverse range of industries, to operate seamlessly on a daily basis. We’ll set up and host email or websites and assist in operating system migrations or other software updates. By mapping out personalized network strategies, ...
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Maximizing Your Technology Budget

October 25th, 2016 by
Your technology budget may be simultaneously one of the easiest budgets to spend but also to save. This is because it’s especially easy to save money by “recycling” technology and continue using rather than upgrading each year. In this article we’ll explore some easy ways that your business can maximize its technology budget. read more
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Be Prepared for Hurricane Matthew – A Technology Preparedness Checklist.

October 5th, 2016 by
Don’t wait until it’s too late to back up your files and secure your technology, before the storm arrives. Cape Fear Networks has been in the Wilmington area since 1989.  Six of our staff members are born and raised North Carolinians (which is a rarity for a small company like ours).  We’ve been through a hurricane or two and know how serious it can be. We also know that many of you are preparing your family and homes for the storm. The safety of family and friends is, of course, the number one priority. It’s also smart however, to include a technology ...
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Don’t Get Lost in the Cloud

August 24th, 2016 by
Cape Fear Networks manages client data on secure remote servers, this data can be accessed by clients through "The Cloud", a vague term to many. Securely hosting your information in The Cloud, however, is a great solution for those of you who need access to your data from anywhere, without being chained to the office. This blog will tell you what exactly The Cloud is and how it can improve your business workflow. What is the Cloud? The Cloud is a trendy tech term that's been looming over the heads of many business owners for some years now. As this term has gained traction, some insecurely pass themselves ...
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