Current Events & What’s Been Happening At The Fulcrum Group

Fulcrum Group Microsoft Cloud Security Virtual Lunch & Learn 2020

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Please join us Wednesday, July 29th from 11am to 1pm for a special virtual Lunch & Learn event!

Enjoy lunch on us via DoorDash, along with an informative discussion on cybersecurity for Microsoft 365, via Microsoft Teams virtual meeting.

Your attendance automatically registers you for a $250 Amazon gift card.  Signup to attend right here:

Biweekly Microsoft Teams Tips & Tricks Online Training

Microsoft Teams Tips & Tricks

Thanks for those who were able to attend last week’s Microsoft Teams Tips & Tricks training.

You can see our Youtube Playlist for Microsoft Teams Tips & Tricks, vol 1 & 2 have already been added.

From our Blog, you can download the Microsoft Teams Customer Success Kit.

Official Microsoft Teams Training

Email David Johnson at to be added to the next meeting!  We hope to see you at our next training on July 9th!

Recent News

The Fulcrum Group recognized once again on CRN’s MSP500 List

Read our Press Release.

The Fulcrum Group Celebrates its 18th Anniversary this month!

The Fulcrum Group celebrates 18 years!We’ve been serving the IT needs of Fort Worth & Dallas area businesses for 18 years now!

President Steve Meek and VP David Johnson pictured here, looking forward to many more years of success.

Microsoft Windows 7 & Windows 8 Server Have Officially Reached End of Support

You’ve heard us frequently talking about end of support for Windows 7 and Windows 2008.  The January 14th, 2020 deadline has already passed, and end of support is officially here.  We’ve created a detailed blog post to guide you through it.  If you have Windows 7 computers and/or Windows 2008 servers, here are the key takeaways:

  • Windows 7 and Windows 2008 reached end of support on January 14th, 2020.
  • There is Extended Security Updates available for Windows 7 (The Fulcrum Group can help guide you on this), but NO Extended Security Updates for Windows 2008 (unless you are willing to move your Windows 2008 servers to the Microsoft Azure Cloud).
  • Cost for Windows 7 Extended Security Updates is $119 total ($69 for ESU license, $50 for deployment/patching setup).
  • Windows 7 computers and Windows 2008 servers will be considered “out of compliance” and no longer supported under your SPOT Managed IT Services agreement effective January 14th, 2020.

See our blog post for more specifics and give us a shout if you need.

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