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Brandon Stephenson

Brandon Stephenson
Brandon Stephenson is the Infrastructure and Operations Practice Lead working out of KiZAN’s Cincinnati office.  His team provides solutions focused on Azure Infrastructure, On-Prem Infrastructure, Automation, Identity, Identity Management, Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery, and IT Operations.  He acts as an Architect and Technical Lead for Infrastructure solutions, and industry best practices to advise and transform customers with the way that they leverage their technologies to provide value to their customers. 
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Recent Posts

Five Things You Should Know About DevOps

Posted by Brandon Stephenson on Jun 19, 2017 4:28:25 PM

DevOps is a hot topic of discussion in most IT departments.  If you are wanting to know how you can get started with DevOps at your company, here are five things you need to understand to succeed in a cloud-based world.

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Topics: DevOps

What is Automation?

Posted by Brandon Stephenson on Jan 13, 2017 9:00:00 AM

What is automation?

Automation is a broad set of practices, and never is that truer than when an organization sets out to automate a function, process, or solution. There are several questions that get asked when an initiative to automate begins, such as:

  • Where do you start?
  • How far do you go?
  • How do you know when you are done (at least for the moment)?

In this blog series, we are going to help you answer these questions and give you tools to help educate your organization and promote automation throughout your enterprise.

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Topics: Azure, Automation, Business Process

Automating Secure File Transfer in Epic

Posted by Brandon Stephenson on Aug 29, 2016 8:30:00 AM

Automating Data Integration with Epic Using PowerShell

Epic is arguably the healthcare application in the United States. There are other systems that serve the same function. But let's face it, Epic holds a 51% margin as US healthcare organizations' choice for clinical systems. It is impossible to deny, if you are in the IT Healthcare space, you are interfacing with Epic.

One of the challenges Epic poses is its interdependency on third parties. Specifically, with one of our clients, there was a problem with the manner in which data moved between the Epic modules for Revenue Cycle and third parties who provided billing services to the organization.

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Topics: Service Management

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