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Curtiss Adams

Curtiss Adams
Prior to joining KiZAN, Curt served in the United States Air Force providing network services as a Communications-Computer Systems Operator (3C0X1). He was tasked with supporting various client and server operating systems and maintained network services and proprietary applications. He was assigned a Top Secret (TS-SCI) clearance for support of classified systems and specialized in management systems, including Systems Management Server 2003. He was honorably discharged as a Staff Sergeant (E5). Currently, Curt is KiZAN's Identity, Devices, and Security Practice Lead and manages our team of technical consultants. He is responsible for ensuring the training, certifications, pre-sales, and technical execution of all team activities.
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Conditional Access 101 | Why you need it and how to use it

Posted by Curtiss Adams on Apr 5, 2022 8:30:00 AM
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Topics: Security, cloud security

Improve Your IoT, OT, and Firmware Security

Posted by Curtiss Adams on Jul 27, 2021 11:49:08 AM
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Topics: Security, IoT, cloud security

Does the SolarWinds breach have you searching for a new Systems Monitoring solution?

Posted by Curtiss Adams on Feb 10, 2021 3:53:43 PM
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Topics: Security, Systems Management

Two self-inflicted “time bombs” that enabling your users to Work From Home (WFH) may cause.

Posted by Curtiss Adams on May 20, 2020 11:23:55 AM
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Topics: cloud security

Your Operating System Could Be Killing Productivity

Posted by Curtiss Adams on Feb 14, 2017 12:33:40 PM

Generally speaking, companies must weigh the pros and cons of upgrading or updating any system.  It is accepted that physical assets such as machinery or equipment must be maintained at specific intervals.  

Furthermore, the projected end of life date is typically established at the time of purchase.  Equipment kept in use past its projected EOL requires additional maintenance and upkeep and often hampers productivity or increases risk and most companies would not dispute this fact. 

Software systems are no less critical. Software applications and operating systems also have a projected EOL, but often the temptation to extend the service life of these assets is greater than for a piece of equipment that you can touch and feel. 

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Topics: Microsoft, Security, Windows 10

Why Microsoft SCOM 2016 is Worth a Serious Look

Posted by Curtiss Adams on Nov 1, 2016 2:58:15 PM

In the crowded space of Systems Monitoring Solutions, Microsoft has released a much-needed series of improvements to its Operations Manager (a.k.a SCOM) platform for 2016. The continued adoption of Hybrid Cloud scenarios which require 24/7 monitoring for both on-premise and cloud workloads using one tool is in high demand. Operations Manager 2016 has delivered a platform that can monitor you on-premise and cloud workloads from one pane of glass.

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Topics: Microsoft

Identity and Security Management with EMS

Posted by Curtiss Adams on Oct 27, 2016 10:55:17 AM

With the ever increasing ocean of devices purchased by individuals and corporations alike, the need for data protection has never been greater. Users, regardless of the device they are using or how the device is connected to the network at large, expect full access to corporate email and documents in a seamless experience.

Consequently, the IT infrastructure must balance ease of access with securing and controlling access to the very data users require.

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Topics: EMS