We believe strongly in the free and vibrant exchange of ideas at Fulcrum – so much so that we’re investing in the community by holding interesting discussions here on our public site. When one of our team members, partners, or clients have something valuable that’s worth discussion, then we feel that we have an obligation to share it. Our intent is to be more than just a systems integrator and technology consultancy. We want Fulcrum Technology Solutions to be a thought leader.
Check back often as we expand this area!
Hello followers and Welcome to the New & Improved Fulcrum Technology Solutions Blog Page!
For years we have taken pride in being a group of technicians and solution architects focused on solving our customer’s issues. Historically we have not adequately highlighted the skills of our consulting team, and this year we are excited to reintroduce social media in our efforts to provide valuable information and updates about our company.
Beginning this month, Fulcrum will be sharing insights through blogs and other social media outlets that highlight technology trends and issues that are important to our customers. Enjoy our upcoming posts and please don’t hesitate to contact us for your technology needs.read more
Repeat after me: Microsoft’s Azure Active Directory service is not the same thing as Microsoft’s Active Directory service. This is a very important distinction that everyone in the IT community who’s messing with “the cloud” needs to memorize. Seriously. It’s that important.read more
There’s a popular misconception that small companies can’t grow up to become medium-sized companies until they finally staff their own in-house IT department. Likewise, there’s a parallel notion that medium-sized companies can’t grow up to become large companies until they finally staff their own security department separate from the IT department.read more
Yes. Yes they are.
Join us next month when we discuss…wait, hang on. Is this still something that we need to talk about?
Nobody includes DOS proficiency on a résumé anymore. Twenty years ago, declaring that you were adept at using the “new” micro PC operating system was a great way to stand out.read more