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Join us in Welcoming Jason Rich to Cape Fear Networks

December 29th, 2017 by
Say hello to the newest member of the Cape Fear Networks Tech Team, Jason Rich!     Jason has been an IT administrator since before WIFI was even a thing, and comes to us with experience at IBM and Duke Hospital, encompassing over 20 years in the IT field.  Jason currently holds certifications in A+, CNA, MCP, MCSA, MCSE and CCNA, which without a doubt qualifies him to handle any of your computer network support needs! When not busy configuring hardware and software applications or maintaining major networks he can be found soaking up the sunny skies and salty air on the Intracoastal Waterway ...
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Startups: A Rose that Grew from Sand

October 21st, 2015 by
- Wilmington, NC - Cape Fear Networks  is proud to call Wilmington home. Our latest blog dials in on the rise of startup companies in the area and the economic impact they've had on our sandy shores. Professional opportunities can be few and far between in towns along the coastal Carolina's, forcing a migration of qualified professionals. As a result, local businesses struggle to provoke a sense of sustainability for employees. Despite this perception, Wilmington has overcome the odds, distancing itself from this 'shoreline stereotype'. In time, Wilmington has prospered through industries like Film, Health Services and naturally Trade & Manufacturing; as it is the Port City. ...
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Windows XP: The End of an Era

July 30th, 2015 by
July 30, 2015 After a run of 13 years, Microsoft finally took their XP systems off of life support. On April 8, 2014 Microsoft set a devised plan in motion to slowly pull the plug on XP. By doing so they have dis-continued security updates for an estimated 30 percent of the world’s desktops at that time. Microsoft decided to focus on more recent technologies, like Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and Vista, to continually deliver an optimal user experience. Given that so many people use XP systems, many have been hesitant to change during this transition. Since Microsoft stopped doing security ...
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