Steven Fullmer

MCTS, MCITP, MCT, CTT+, A+, PMP, CDP/CCP, MBA, ITIL“To provide students value by enhancing their ability to apply technology knowledge to business solutions.”


30+  years architecture and development experience in the supercomputer, financial, security, telecommunications and Internet industries with Honeywell Large Computer Products, NEC Supercomputers, First Interstate Bank, Wells Fargo Bank, AG Communication Systems, and Lucent Technologies.

BA degrees in Chemistry and Biology from Willamette University, studied graduate level Neurochemistry at Arizona State University, MBA in Management and Services Marketing at Arizona State University in 1993 graduating first in his class.

Internationally published author including, InformIT, Dr. Dobbs Journal, One Planet Magazine.  Five years as primary analyst for Evans Data Corporation North American, APAC, EMEA and Wireless developer surveys.

Certified Project Management Professional, active leader for Phoenix Project Management Institute; State of Arizona PM certified.  Co-authored Risk Management and edited Project Management courseware. Steve enjoys converting projects based upon technical analysis into practical application. President of Blue Sphere Solutions, providing outsourced CTO services to emergent and growth oriented businesses.

Community involvement: 39+ years Boy Scouts of America leadership, past Heard Museum Council President, former federally licensed wildlife rehabilitator department lead with Liberty Wildlife Rehabilitation Foundation.

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Researching Event Log Errors in Windows 7

Posted March 26, 2014

This morning’s email delivered a request from a former student. Following acquisition of a brand new Windows 7 system a few months ago, the event log started to fill with error and warning messages. As of this writing, they claim … Continue Reading

XP Support Ends – Go To Windows 7 – Flexibly

Posted March 12, 2014

The word is out, Windows XP support officially ends on April 8, 2014. What is Windows XP end of support? While teaching a recent Windows 8.1 course, one of my students asked if I would migrate from Windows XP to … Continue Reading

Video – What’s new in Windows 8.1?

Posted March 7, 2014

Video – What’s new in Windows 8.1? with Steve Fullmer   What’s new in Windows 8.1? Windows 7 and Windows 8 instructor Steve Fullmer shows us what is new in the latest release of Microsoft’s Windows 8.1. Windows version 8.1 … Continue Reading