LCS was founded in 1995 by Professor Larry L. Adams II, our mission is to provide affordable technology solutions to local businesses and government agencies throughout the Tri-State area.
Larry L. Adams II
Chief Executive Officer
Today, Professor Adams works full time for the US Coast Guard's National Maritime Center
located in Martinsburg, West Virginia as their Web
Master and IT Developer (2210). He does maintain a
customer base of older clients and will consult for new
customers (government agencies or corporations).
My areas of expertise's is database, web programming,
security, and training in information technology.
Government - GS 13
the past four years I have helped National
Maritime Center which is a outstanding unit in the US
Coast Guard to automate many of their process system from paper into electronic databases which has helped save time and money. As the National Maritime Center's Web Master, I helped streamed line their communication and outreach program by targeting their customers needs. This has made NMC one of the premier outreach programs in the US Coast Guard. Their website has grown from 176,000 hits per year to more than 950,000 hits with more than 4 million pages visited from 214 countries around the world.
The world has gotten smaller thanks to websites that do
more than just advertize. Our websites
communicates to the world on what we can do - if yours
does not call me!
Professor Adams has gained a reputation as one of the nation's foremost expert in the fields of education and technology, with expertise in technology training that includes networking, information security, databases, and web development. Mr. Adams has served as CEO of Local Computer Solutions since 1995; a technology consulting and training firm specializing in database design, networks, web development, and programming, information security for businesses and government agencies. Professor Adams shares his duties between consulting and working for the federal government as IT Developer and Web Manager.
Professor Adams has served seven years as a full time Professor with the Department of Computer and Information Sciences at Shepherd University where he has pioneered a Networking and Data Communication concentration for the undergraduate program. In addition, he has built four state-of-the-art computer and networking research labs that are being used to test and teach database, information security, web programming, and networking. Mr. Adams continues his teaching as Associate Professor at the University of Maryland University College Department of Computer and Information Science. Professor Adams has been recommended by his students at Maryland for the
Stanley J. Drazek Teaching Excellence.
Professor Adams has assisted in placing more than 1,000 students in federal agencies and companies throughout the nation. His success is directly attributable to his dedication to education and in helping his students achieve their academic and professional goals. Corporations and federal government agencies wherein the “Adams Alumni Team” resides include the Northrop Grumman Corporation; the National Security Agency; the U.S. Coast Guard; the Veterans Administration’s Office of Medical Cyber Security; the Central Intelligence Agency; IBM Corporation; and the Federal Emergency Management Assistance agency, to name a few.
Mr. Adams served with the 29th
Light Infantry out of Winchester, Virginia (Virginia
Army National Guard). He served for 9 years and
was honorable discharged in 1991. His MOS was 11
Hotel TOW Gunner and later 11 Bravo Recon Scout Observer. Mr. Adams trained at Fort Benning Georgia Home of the US Army Infantry School, Fort Bragg, Fort Ethan Alan, Fort Picket, Fort Meade, and Quantico Marine Corp over this 9 year span. I served my country and the State of Virginia while completing my college degrees. I still serve today with the US Coast Guard as a federal employee.
In 1991, he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science and Economics from Shepherd College. He continued his education by obtaining a Masters Degree in Business Administration (1995) and a second Masters in Computers (2001). Professor Adams has completed
"All But Dissertation" towards a Doctorate degree in Education (EDD)
with concentrations in Administrative Leadership and
Instructional Technology from Shenandoah University.
He has continue his graduate work at Harvard University
in Web Development certificate and maybe a 3rd Masters (2014).