The founder of Consonus Technologies will step down as CEO of the Cary company.
Mike Shook and his brother Will Shook, who co-founded the company, plans to retire on Oct. 1, but continue serving on Consonus' board of directors.
Robert McCarthy, executive vice president of sales and marketing, and John Roger, chief operating officer, will become the company's co-presidents.
"I am pleased with the excellent executive team that we have in place to execute our next phase of growth," said executive chairman Nana Baffour, in a prepared statement.
Consonus manages data centers and provides information-technology services for businesses such as Cary software company SAS. The company employs 180 people, with about a third at its Cary headquarters.
Spokeswoman Jonna Murnick said there are no other workforce changes planned.
Consonus scrapped a proposed initial public offering in September when the stock market slumped and investors soured on IPOs.