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CloudWyze hires 2 Nash field technicians

Posted on April 5, 2021

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NASHVILLE — CloudWyze has hired two new field technicians for its operations in Nash County.

Benjamin Burford and Diamond Dew will be installing internet equipment for homes and businesses as part of the partnership with county government to provide broadband to rural parts of the county.

Before Burford started with CloudWyze, he worked for Novation Enterprise. He grew up in the mountains of West Virginia, leaving there when he turned 17 to join the military. Burford was discharged in 2014 due to a combat-related incident. He said he enjoys working outside and learning new skills.

“I like to build scale models, I’m a basic outdoor survivor and an artist,” said Burford, who now lives in Halifax County.

Dew comes to CloudWyze from Dish Network, where he was a home entertainment specialist. He said the thing he likes the most about CloudWyze is the environment is more team- and family-oriented. He grew up in Newark, New Jersey.

Dew said he loves riding roller coasters, watching movies and being a handyman around the house. Dew lives in Wilson County.

“When you see the CloudWyze van pulling up to your house to install your quality, reliable internet, know that Benjamin and Diamond are there to make sure you are happy with your installation,” said CloudWyze spokeswoman Melissa Pressley.

CloudWyze offers public and private cloud-based computing and internet access solutions. Headquartered in Wilmington, CloudWyze says it empowers communities through technology by building strong relationships. 

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